Medicine BM6 Widening Participation*(BMBS)Watch
Also, if I was to study Level 3 Access to Higher Education (Nursing and Healthcare professions) which is 1 year at college, would I be able to use this alongside my Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care? I want to do this after a year away from college - but my mum says I can only do the 1 year out from college and then the Access to HE if I have a job (which I'm hoping I can get the one I'm looking at once this Covid-19 business is over and I can have an interview. The interview got cancelled).
Thanks for reading my long post. The uni that I'm interested in hasn't been much help - they don't explain things very well in emails. I'm planning to go to one of the open days to hopefully get a bit more information. But it would be great if someone could help me out. Thanks!
Hey everyone. I don't know if I'm in the right forum to be asking this, but what would the end result 'title' be if I studied Medicine BM6 Widening Participation*(BMBS) at university? Would it be doctor or something else?...
Oh okay. Thanks What's the difference between the BM4/BM5/BM6? (sorry for all the questions!)
BM5 is standard undergraduate medicine, mostly for A-Level students. It's BM5 because it's 5 years in length.
BM6 is in effect Medicine with a Foundation Year, for people with the specific criteria. It's not open access. Guess why it's BM6!
Note: only Southampton uses this "BM" system. Most med schools call their GEM A101 and their standard med course A100. There are notable exceptions like Manchester calling their standard med course A106 or HYMS calling their Foundation Year course A101.