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How long is the medicine major and how much does it cost?
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How long is the medicine major and how much does it cost?
In the UK, Medicine is a degree (well two degrees but don't let that confuse you) studied at undergraduate level at Universities. (Postgraduates can study Medicine too but it's still an undergrad degree - i.e. not a Masters / PhD etc.)

The course length is between 4 to 6 years, most standard courses are 5 years. If you are a home student, the fees are ~£9000 per year and the last year may be paid for by the NHS.

International student fees are much higher.
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Thank you. How much higher? Is studying is this university available for students from arabic countries?
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Thank you. How much higher?
It's not just a matter of money, it's also more competitive with only a few places per year.

For example, Cambridge Uni charges £55272 per year (just for tuition, you'll need to pay College fees on top): https://www.undergraduate.study.cam....-students/fees

Is studying is this university available for students from arabic countries?
I don't see why not - you'll be in competition with other international applicants from all over the world.
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What about the university of manchester? How much might it cost including the tuition and the college fees?
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What about the university of manchester? How much might it cost including the tuition and the college fees?
You do know all these are easily available online right?

Manchester doesn't have a College system like Cambridge / Oxford.

https://www.manchester.ac.uk/study/u...bchb-medicine/

Tuition fees for home/EU students commencing their studies in September 2019 will be £9,250. Tuition fees for international students will be £23,000 for years 1 and 2 of study. Clinical tuition fees (years 3-5) are charged at the future rate which is applicable when you enter Year 3. Clinical fees for students entering Year 3 in 2019 will be £42,00
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Yeah sure. Just thought could use some help. Thank you. Do you think studying at the university of manchester is a good idea?
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Are you a student?
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Great. Are there opportunities to work and study within the university?
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Sure. Thank you
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You definitely need to start doing some independent research OP! There are 30+ med schools in the UK, each with their own fees, locations and characteristics - look into them.
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