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Hull/York Medical School HYMS Medicine as a graduate 2018 entry watch

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    Hi,

    I wanted to make a thread of people who are entering Hull/York as a graduate studying Medicine to see how many of us are out there!

    If there is anyone reading this that entered HYMS as a graduate I would be grateful if you could include your experience

    Be sure to mention which campus you are on. I've been allocated Hull.
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    I'm a grad and allocated to hull to start in september!
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    Hi I'm a hull university graduate of nursing and now want to study medicine, I've looked online and it looks like you have to pay full fees and living costs at hyms is this the same for you ?
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    (Original post by Shanel23)
    Hi I'm a hull university graduate of nursing and now want to study medicine, I've looked online and it looks like you have to pay full fees and living costs at hyms is this the same for you ?
    yes this is the same for me, you only get student loan if it's your first degree otherwise you have to pay the full amount. i do believe there are bank loans that you can apply for if needed
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    Hi all, I'm also a grad, but allocated to York campus. Guess I'll be seeing you later on through the years. Anyone have any thought as to what kind of 'gadgets' will be helpful for medicine? Coming from a biomed degree but to be honest I just pushed through with my good old fashioned notebooks, an old laptop and campus facilities. Now I'm wondering if anyone has any recommendations for a better note-taking/recording/studying strategy than handwritten notes.

    (Original post by Shanel23)
    Hi I'm a hull university graduate of nursing and now want to study medicine, I've looked online and it looks like you have to pay full fees and living costs at hyms is this the same for you ?
    You might want to check on that. I was on the phone with student finance today and learned a few things. The agent suggested that people who had previously done an allied health professional degree would still be eligible for loans when going to study medicine. However, he also seemed to think that because medicine is 5 year course, and biomed was a 3 year course, that I could still get loans for 2 years. I'm doing the application anyway just to see, and also because I want to find out if I'm eligible for the childcare/student parent grants. The deadline is May 25 though, so no time like the present to find out!
 
 
 
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