Have you checked the US requirements? Lots of American graduates do courses (often at community college) to get the medicine pre-reqs - there is a good US medical students forum which covers this stuff.(Original post by walflower)
I understand where you're coming from. I have not applied yet, but I am trying to see if there is a way because i have wanted this for 6 years now. It costs about £50,000 a year, and if I were to get a full-time job with my current degree I would be looking to make about £22,000 a year so it isn't possible. I am from Florida, but i cannot go to meds school in the states because they require you to sit a relevant degree first with lab hours etc, this is my only option that's been made semi impossible. However, thank you for your input, I perhaps need a wakeup call.
A significant proportion of US medical students dont have relevant degrees.
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- 18-02-2018 19:01
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- 18-02-2018 22:33
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- 18-02-2018 22:38
As @volibear said, this is a huge amount of money without loans. Even as a doctor, it will take you several years before you earn £50k per year. I do not see how it is possible at all if you are looking at this figure. Perhaps look at European courses (as already suggested)?