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Hey there! I’m a first year MB BS student doing my first year of med in india. I wanted to know if it would be possible for me to transfer into the 2nd year in any of the med schools in the UK. IF YES, which all unis do accept international students? If anyone knows more about this please do help!
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Hey there! I’m a first year MB BS student doing my first year of med in india. I wanted to know if it would be possible for me to transfer into any of the med schools in the UK. IF YES, which all unis do accept international students? If anyone knows more about this please do help!
in my opinion, email the universities and ask them if they can accept you.Not all of them the ones that you like the most.
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Hey there! I’m a first year MB BS student doing my first year of med in india. I wanted to know if it would be possible for me to transfer into the 2nd year in any of the med schools in the UK. IF YES, which all unis do accept international students? If anyone knows more about this please do help!
You definitely, 100% cannot transfer internationally into a med school in the UK. You can't even transfer without very exceptional circumstances in the UK in between med schools.

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in my opinion, email the universities and ask them if they can accept you.Not all of them the ones that you like the most.
Doesn't work like that. Med schools (in this country, except Oxbridge to London ones) just don't do transfers. End of.

UK medical admissions is very competitive with admissions tests, high grade requirements and tough interviews. All curriculum are currently not interchangeable amongst med schools.

If OP wanted to study med in the UK he or she'll have to drop out and reapply as an international med student (which is even more competitive!).
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It doesn't work that way in the UK. You can't transfer from abroad unless your medical school already has a formal arrangement in place with a UK university (e.g. IMU).
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