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C an i do medicine after doing a foundation year of medicine
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What do you mean by a foundation year of medicine? Usually, I would assume the foundation year is directly linked to the 5 year course? e.g. Nottingham medicine with foundation year?
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C an i do medicine after doing a foundation year of medicine
I assume you don't mean Foundation Year junior doctor training for (internal) medicine?

If you do, obviously you can apply for Core Medical Training at FY2, but the Round 1 deadline passed on 30th November. See http://www.ct1recruitment.org.uk/ for more details.
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Assuming you mean a foundation or feeder course, like the one Nottingham has, or the Bradford one linked to Leeds, then yes, obviously! That’s what it’s for!
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