Help me please! Lebanon student Watch
I am Hadi, 17 years old turn to 18 years in 15 March 2020 I would like to study medicine in UK but I didn't take A levels, highers or IB. Can I apply for the medicine with a certificate from the faculty of science in Lebanon?
Each uni usually publishes which level 3 / A level qualifications they accept.
The standards are high and they can be fussy. Everyone will consider international A levels Bio, Chem plus one other at AAA or higher.
The Lebanese Baccalauréat (General Secondary Certificate) is not considered suitable for direct entry to undergraduate study at King's. Applicants may wish to consider taking one of our International Foundation programmes (see below).
Applicants completing the Diplôme du Baccalauréat Général or the Option Internationale du Baccalauréat (OIB) at a French school in Lebanon can be considered for direct entry. Please see France for entry requirements.
High School Diploma: This qualification alone is not sufficient for application to Aston Medical School. We require a strong academic performance in this qualification combined with a UK Foundation course, listed on our website, with a score of 75% overall or AAB.
Lots of med schools I looked at dont list anything for Lebanon, so you would need to contact them.