I'm going into year 13 now at Sixth form and am currently solidifying my plans for the future. My aim is to become a Medical Officer in the British Army, which pretty much means i'm applying to medicine.
I really love languages, and am teaching myself Russian after discovering alot about my ancestry, and have already decided to join a russian society if i get in to Medical School.
Yet i'm also making my backup plans. Many prospective medical students that I know will take Biomedical Science as a backup; and this is partially true for me.
However, I want to know if there's any university in the UK that offers a Joint Honours course that can combine Biomedical Science (Or any Medical-Science related subject) with Modules in the Russian Language. Ideally this would be a course that doesn't require A-Levels in languages as I have only a basic command and have picked mostly sciences.
Thanks very much in advance!
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- Thread Starter
- 27-08-2008 15:35
- 27-08-2008 23:29
Look on UCAS Course Search.
Degrees are flexible too - if there's modules free, sometimes you can take any random module at all in the Uni. If Russian is available, I'm sure you could do that module.