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Traditional/Integrated Medical Schools

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    Hi everyone,

    I was just wondering if anyone knows off the top of their head the more traditional-based or integrated courses for medicine. I obviously know Oxford and Cambridge are both very traditional but I was struggling to find others.

    From my understanding, I think Nottingham and Birmingham are more traditionally based so I am applying to both of these unis, but I can't seem to find the teaching styles on a lot of the other unis websites.

    Anyone know anymore?

    Thanks in advance for your help
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    Which is it you want: traditional or integrated? What do you think integrated means?

    Give us an example of a website where you think its ambiguous.
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    Consider St Andrews - very traditional course with probably the most thorough anatomy/physiology programme there is.

    (Original post by elish2chambers)
    Hi everyone,

    I was just wondering if anyone knows off the top of their head the more traditional-based or integrated courses for medicine. I obviously know Oxford and Cambridge are both very traditional but I was struggling to find others.

    From my understanding, I think Nottingham and Birmingham are more traditionally based so I am applying to both of these unis, but I can't seem to find the teaching styles on a lot of the other unis websites.

    Anyone know anymore?

    Thanks in advance for your help
 
 
 
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