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    Hi all,
    I'm hoping someone can help. I currently had a non medical degree, and am considering going back to university to study medicine. I know, I'm mad. I'm just wondering what my best route into this is? I've been really confused by all the different information I've seen. Also is there any funding available to me? I have used the four years student finance I am allowed, for my undergraduate degree. If anyone can help, it would be most appreciated.
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    You need to look into graduate entry medicine. It is designed specifically for people like you, and is almost all funded by SFE/NHS. Some courses have a requirement for a science-based degree, some do not.

    It is very competitive. Much more so than undergraduate-entry. Be warned!
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    I know some who did music as their first degree and is now a couple of years into the a100! They do have to self fund, but they did save up. They also had to do an A-level in chemistry in night school.
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