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I'm currently studying biomedical science in uni, and I really want to be a doctor in the future, so I want to do medicine in postgraduate. What is the name of this course in uni? And is that possible?
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i know this is **** advice but look it up on ucas/ see if the uni ur going to does a post grad in medicine
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Sorry what is the name of the postgraduate medicine?
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And also is that a possible way to get into medicine course via biomedical science in undergraduate
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You can do graduate entry not post grad
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You can do graduate entry not post grad
But what kind of degree will I get after GEM? Master or undergraduate?
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I'm currently studying biomedical science in uni, and I really want to be a doctor in the future, so I want to do medicine in postgraduate. What is the name of this course in uni? And is that possible?
https://www.undergraduate.study.cam....raduate-course
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What kind of degree will I get after GEM?
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What kind of degree will I get after GEM?
You will get a Bachelor of Medicine degree (sometimes called BM, MBChB, MBBS, all mean the same thing). Medicine is an undergraduate degree, so whether or not you study it as a school leaver, or as a graduate, you still get the same qualification. There is no avoiding doing an undergraduate medical degree if you want to be a doctor, as this is what qualifies you to practise medicine.
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What kind of degree will I get after GEM?
An undergraduate degree in medicine qualifying you to be a doctor.
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(Original post by Xcyx331)
But what kind of degree will I get after GEM? Master or undergraduate?
You'll get a Bachelor Of Medicine degree (MBChB/MBBS)


(Original post by Xcyx331)
Sorry what is the name of the postgraduate medicine?
Graduate-entry medicine
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What kind of degree will I get after GEM?
You get Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery. There is no Masters of Medicine.
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(Original post by junior.doctor)
You will get a Bachelor of Medicine degree (sometimes called BM, MBChB, MBBS, all mean the same thing). Medicine is an undergraduate degree, so whether or not you study it as a school leaver, or as a graduate, you still get the same qualification. There is no avoiding doing an undergraduate medical degree if you want to be a doctor, as this is what qualifies you to practise medicine.
is that enough to be a doctor in the hospital? Or I have to do medicine postgraduate?
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Graduate-entry medicine
So is that enough to work in the hospital? Or i have to do PhD?
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You get Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery. There is no Masters of Medicine.
in order to working in the hospital is that enough? Or I have to do PhD?
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Or i have to do PhD?
No, you will get the exact same qualification that you would if you started at 18.
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No, you will get the exact same qualification that you would if you started at 18.
What do you mean?
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What do you mean?
Doing graduate-entry medicine and doing medicine without having completed a degree previously will give you the exact same qualification
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You mean the undergraduate degree?
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Doing graduate-entry medicine and doing medicine without having completed a degree previously will give you the exact same qualification
In order to apply GEM I have to complete my biomedical science
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