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Does anyone know if University of Manchester allows for a Biomedical science to a Medicine Transfer?
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Does anyone know if University of Manchester allows for a Biomedical science to a Medicine Transfer?
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Hi there!

Unfortunately they don't allow any transfers onto their Medicine course. However, we have a list of the universities with Biomedical Science to Medicine transfer schemes here.

Hope this helps!
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Hi there!

Unfortunately they don't allow any transfers onto their Medicine course. However, we have a list of the universities with Biomedical Science to Medicine transfer schemes here.

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Uni of Manchester do have a scheme to transfer, its a really knew scheme now I don't know much about it, but I'm in my first year at Manchester hoping to swap next year.
Last year was the first year they had this scheme
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Uni of Manchester do have a scheme to transfer, its a really knew scheme now I don't know much about it, but I'm in my first year at Manchester hoping to swap next year.
Last year was the first year they had this scheme
hey do you think you can give me more information about this?
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From what I heard there is such a scheme, just that it's not widely published / established. However it would be best to check with the Faculty for the most accurate and up-to-date information.
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From what I heard there is such a scheme, just that it's not widely published / established. However it would be best to check with the Faculty for the most accurate and up-to-date information.
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hey do you think you can give me more information about this?
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You apply through the university (not through UCAS) but there are usually 10-20 places per year. You have to do an online application (similar to personal statement, but longer) and then if successful youre invited to an interview (ours is MMI). they say you find out a few weeks after the interview if you were successful. You transfer into med the following year but you start at year 1 again.
To be eligable you need 60% average in both jan and summer exams, they like you to do volunteer work (get some in first year whilst you have time).
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Hi can you tell me the name and code of the course
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Uni of Manchester do have a scheme to transfer, its a really knew scheme now I don't know much about it, but I'm in my first year at Manchester hoping to swap next year.
Last year was the first year they had this scheme
hi there did you transfer to Medicine. i'm stuck on my choices whether to pick Manchester or Leicester university.
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hi there did you transfer to Medicine. i'm stuck on my choices whether to pick Manchester or Leicester university.
Hi there, i actually ended up at leicester uni studying medicine! Sorry i know this is probably too late.
They offer 8-10 places roughly for year for transfers, and you apply and interview internally
I much prefer the course at leicetser tho, as manchester is PBL and i wanted a slightly more structured approach, leicetser has a great balance between lectures, group work (case-based studying), and dissection etc.
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Hi there, i actually ended up at leicester uni studying medicine! Sorry i know this is probably too late.
They offer 8-10 places roughly for year for transfers, and you apply and interview internally
I much prefer the course at leicetser tho, as manchester is PBL and i wanted a slightly more structured approach, leicetser has a great balance between lectures, group work (case-based studying), and dissection etc.
Hi there,

I'm glad to know you could do it. I'm starting my degree this year, Biomedical Science and my intention is change to medicine in an university which allows it. Apart from the fact that I hope to get the most high grades so my chances improve. I'm also worried with another thing, do you believe even after finishing the 2 years of Biomedicine, is still possible to get the student finance for the whole medicine course, in case of acceptance ?
Thanks a lot for sharing your experience.
All the best
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What sort of grades did you get at A Level? I am joining Leicester this year and looking to transfer after year 1...
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