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    Hi guyz,

    I want to study biomedical science and then medicine. I got offers from newcastle university and queen mary university. I am confused to go in which one. At first i was thinking for qml but it has low rank and not satisfied by students. I am gearing towards newcastle university as it is loved by students have a good rank and the city is loved by students.

    So guyz please give your opinion in which university i should go.
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    (Original post by Hisham4)
    Hi guyz,

    I want to study biomedical science and then medicine. I got offers from newcastle university and queen mary university. I am confused to go in which one. At first i was thinking for qml but it has low rank and not satisfied by students. I am gearing towards newcastle university as it is loved by students have a good rank and the city is loved by students.

    So guyz please give your opinion in which university i should go.
    Remember that you have months to make this decision.

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    No bro, i am going january 2018
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    (Original post by Hisham4)
    No bro, i am going january 2018
    Apologies, I didn't realise they had a January start.

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    Looks from your OP as though you already know, based on what is important to you. So go for it!
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    As I'm sure you are aware, medicine is v competitive whenever you apply. You can definitely apply after your degree, but make sure you have a good plan B too.
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    Mancmike even after getting a bachelor degree is too competitive. And what if apply to university that is not at a good rank like top 100 in uk?
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    (Original post by Hisham4)
    Mancmike even after getting a bachelor degree is too competitive. And what if apply to university that is not at a good rank like top 100 in uk?
    There are around 30 medical schools in the uk. It is competitive at all medical schools, even with a degree already (see complete uni guide for ranking). You should definitely apply if that is what you wish to do after your degree. If you can find some voluntary experience in a healthcare area in the meantime, it will help you with your medicine applic. However, because it is competitive, I am just suggesting that you consider an alternative career as well so you have another option.
 
 
 
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