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Is it possible to apply to one Uni for 2 different courses? I am hoping to study medicine but I also want to have a 'back-up' option of a biomedical (or something similar) course just incase I don't get the grades I need to get into medicine. Does anyone know if this is possible?!
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(Original post by Millie17_)
Is it possible to apply to one Uni for 2 different courses? I am hoping to study medicine but I also want to have a 'back-up' option of a biomedical (or something similar) course just incase I don't get the grades I need to get into medicine. Does anyone know if this is possible?!
Yes. I know one guy who got is medicine offer but not biomed at same uni!
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Pretty sure you can do this anywhere except Oxbridge (who specifically say that you can't with the exception of medicine and grad medicine).
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Yes, they don't have any restrictions on that kind of thing. It's always good to have a back up option
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Is it possible to apply to one Uni for 2 different courses? I am hoping to study medicine but I also want to have a 'back-up' option of a biomedical (or something similar) course just incase I don't get the grades I need to get into medicine. Does anyone know if this is possible?!
Are you proposing to apply for both medicine and biomedicine at the same university?
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ok thank you
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Yes. I know one guy who got is medicine offer but not biomed at same uni!
Ah ok thank you!!
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Pretty sure you can do this anywhere except Oxbridge (who specifically say that you can't with the exception of medicine and grad medicine).
oh yes I remember reading that somewhere thank you!! I was thinking of Imperial or QML maybe?!
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Yes, they don't have any restrictions on that kind of thing. It's always good to have a back up option
Phew aha thank you!!
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Are you proposing to apply for both medicine and biomedicine at the same university?
Yes but not at Oxford as it isn't possible! :0
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Yes but not at Oxford as it isn't possible! :0
Are you planning on applying to Oxford to do medicine then?
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oh yes I remember reading that somewhere thank you!! I was thinking of Imperial or QML maybe?!
QML are probably happy for you to do it. Imperial should be fine but sometimes they get a little big for their boots so...maybe, maybe not. That said Imperial have quite high competition ratios and entry requirements, so as a "backup" QML might be a little more prudent
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QML are probably happy for you to do it. Imperial should be fine but sometimes they get a little big for their boots so...maybe, maybe not. That said Imperial have quite high competition ratios and entry requirements, so as a "backup" QML might be a little more prudent
ahh ok thank you!! I didn't know that, so I will bear it in mind when choosing back-up courses!!
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Are you planning on applying to Oxford to do medicine then?
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