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    Hello everyone
    I am a high school student from Morocco and my dream is to study medicine in an english speaking country, my top choices are England and Canada, but I can't really choose wich one since they nearly have the same tuition fees for internationals and cost of living is also nearly the same (London/Toronto). I 'm also planning on working and living in my selective country after finishing my studies and training. I really want to hear your opinions
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    (Original post by Yousra_Ajttar)
    Hello everyone
    I am a high school student from Morocco and my dream is to study medicine in an english speaking country, my top choices are England and Canada, but I can't really choose wich one since they nearly have the same tuition fees for internationals and cost of living is also nearly the same (London/Toronto). I 'm also planning on working and living in my selective country after finishing my studies and training. I really want to hear your opinions
    Are the courses the same length and with the same structure? How much time is spent on placements/ in lectures? What are the visa restrictions on getting a job in each country immediately after graduation? Have you been able to visit the universities you are considering to decide if you like the atmosphere there?
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    (Original post by Yousra_Ajttar)
    Hello everyone
    I am a high school student from Morocco and my dream is to study medicine in an english speaking country, my top choices are England and Canada, but I can't really choose wich one since they nearly have the same tuition fees for internationals and cost of living is also nearly the same (London/Toronto). I 'm also planning on working and living in my selective country after finishing my studies and training. I really want to hear your opinions
    since you are finishing high school wont you have to do the 4 years undergrad in Canada (the premed degree-or something along those lines) before applying to a Canadian med school?
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    I say go to Canada, its nicer as a country in my opinion and apply for a scholarship to help with the fees
 
 
 
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