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Medicine. Graduating at 28
And then many more years of training on top of that!
how long does it take to be a doctor? why are some degrees 5 years but others are 6 years?
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Will graduate when I’m 22 (Year 2023) for a Business Management degree
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I'll be just barely 22
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I'll be just barely 22
What's your degree in again?
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Anonymous #4
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how long does it take to be a doctor? why are some degrees 5 years but others are 6 years?
If you decide to intercalate which is where you achieve a BSc with your programme it would be a 6 year degree which is what I plan to do
But because I started uni late and took a gap year I’ll end up graduating at 28
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If you decide to intercalate which is where you achieve a BSc with your programme it would be a 6 year degree which is what I plan to do
But because I started uni late and took a gap year I’ll end up graduating at 28
so if you do the BSC and graduate what do you do then? are you officially a doctor or are there more exams
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Medicine. Graduating at 28
And then many more years of training on top of that!
28? Leave college at 18, medical school for 6 years make it 24. and how long do you need to train for ?
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What's your degree in again?
Physics msci, starting this year
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23 with my BA in IR
25 with my MA in strategic studies
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I'll be 22 when I graduate, I'm 1/4 of the way through my degree (integrated masters) :eek:
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Physics msci, starting this year
Best of luck! A-Levels obviously went well then
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Anonymous #4
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so if you do the BSC and graduate what do you do then? are you officially a doctor or are there more exams
No then after that you do two years of foundation training as a doctor and then specialise
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28? Leave college at 18, medical school for 6 years make it 24. and how long do you need to train for ?
I took time out of education so started university late which is why I’ll graduate at 28
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I’ll be hopefully 22 when I graduate Uni!
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BSc Geoscience - graduated at 21
Assuming I complete my MSc in Flood Risk Assessment, Modelling and Engineering, I'll graduate at 23
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Chemical Engineering aged 22
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History aged 39
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23, LLB
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I’ll be 23 when I graduate with an MEng in Chemical Engineering with Environmental Engineering.
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My current degree is 5 years but I'm debating cutting it down to 4 so I'll be about 22/23 when I graduate with either a Bsc or MBiol/Bsc.
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