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hello I am from Bulgaria and i and my family want to move on in London but I am 18 years old and I want to study medicine. My English is not perfect and I prefer to go in college first I will learn English better and now i need help because i don't know in which one college I have to appy
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Look for colleges that will provide u with the best course to study medicine. See which one is best for u and also take into account the distance and whether or not it is worth u going there or not.
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thank you
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do you think that I should go to college first?
or maybe go to university
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(Original post by ldimitrova420)
do you think that I should go to college first?
or maybe go to university
Have u previously studied medicine?
If not I’d suggest going to college so that u learn the basics and your not falling behind if u were to go to uni.
How old are u?
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18 years old
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18 years old
Colleges take anyone. So u don’t need to worry whether the college you’ve applied to will take u or not .

Have u studied medicine before?
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(Original post by ldimitrova420)
hello I am from Bulgaria and i and my family want to move on in London but I am 18 years old and I want to study medicine. My English is not perfect and I prefer to go in college first I will learn English better and now i need help because i don't know in which one college I have to appy
Do you have the qualifications to study medicine in the UK?
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in Bulgaria I have one year to graduate a high school and after that I must to apply in university this is our education system
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in Bulgaria I have one year to graduate a high school and after that I must to apply in university this is our education system
I suspect that Bulgarian high school qualifications won't be enough to get into a UK medical school.

ecolier should be able to clarify this?
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in Bulgaria I have one year to graduate a high school and after that I must to apply in university this is our education system
It will depend also on whether your parents are able to immigrate to the UK under the new system.
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my mom work in London she has insurance
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so what can i do with my education can you advise me?
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Medicine is one of the most competitive university courses in the UK with very high admission requirements. You will need very good A levels or IB results, or approved equivalents, mainly in sciences. There is plenty of advice online. To get an idea of what you may need look at the Medicine 2020 applicants thread on TSR and look at Uk University websites for further details.
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thank you
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