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Hello, I'm an international student in my second year. I want to apply for an intercalation degree and then apply to a UK university as a graduate entry. Do you think this will work? And is it worth it giving that i desperately want to continue my career in UK
And would you suggest going for a master or bachelor degree?
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Hello, I'm an international student in my second year. I want to apply for an intercalation degree and then apply to a UK university as a graduate entry. Do you think this will work? And is it worth it giving that i desperately want to continue my career in UK
And would you suggest going for a master or bachelor degree?
Bachelor degree should be fine. Where are you studying at the moment?
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Bachelor degree should be fine. Where are you studying at the moment?
So do an intercalated bachelor and then apply as a graduate?
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So do an intercalated bachelor and then apply as a graduate?
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Well, I wouldn't take any more time than the absolute minimum required. I take it that Masters will take longer than just completing your current degree.

Read this, for example: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=6361074
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Well, I wouldn't take any more time than the absolute minimum required. I take it that Masters will take longer than just completing your current degree.

Read this, for example: https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/sho....php?t=6361074
I didn't mean taking a master after bachelor. I meant doing an intercalated master and then applying for a graduate entry instead of an intercalated bachelor. But I'm not sure an intercalated master would be accepted
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I didn't mean taking a master after bachelor. I meant doing an intercalated master and then applying for a graduate entry instead of an intercalated bachelor. But I'm not sure an intercalated master would be accepted
It should be, unless in your country an intercalated Masters isn't counted as a proper Masters. In this country an intercalated degree = an actual degree (when you graduate), and similarly an intercalated Masters = an actual master (when you graduate).

But again, we are a UK-based forum and I am a UK-based doc so I don't know how it works with Sudan. It's best to email the med schools you wanted to apply to, and confirm with them.
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Hello, I'm an international student in my second year. I want to apply for an intercalation degree and then apply to a UK university as a graduate entry. Do you think this will work? And is it worth it giving that i desperately want to continue my career in UK
And would you suggest going for a master or bachelor degree?
Afaik (ecolier may know something different) intercalate degrees are only for people who are already studying medicine, and if you are already studying medicine you can't apply for graduate entry - you should finish the course you are on.
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