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If I go to a UK medical school classed as an international student (been a resident in the UK for 10 years total, 6 of which are consecutive up to today), would I still be able to work in the NHS? Is the process completely different for international students?
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2 doctors I know who studied in the UK as internationals are now working in the NHS. One from Thailand and the other from Singapore. Neither had any issues getting a work visa and both now have residency and work rights. The Thai guy is looking to get a UK passport too.

The NHS is looking for good doctors - if you’ve studied here and you get a placement there’s no reason that you can’t work here after graduation if you want to.
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