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I couldn't find a thread for Brunel medicine so I decided to create one.

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Do you know how many places they have available? The 200k fees is crazy!
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Do you know how many places they have available? The 200k fees is crazy!
Brunel finally figured out a new side hustle lol
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Do you know how many places they have available? The 200k fees is crazy!
60, I emailed the admissions officer to ask.
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60, I emailed the admissions officer to ask.
Do you know how many they intend to interview? I think 500-600 will apply based on how many applied to Buckingham when they first opened.
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Do you know how many they intend to interview? I think 500-600 will apply based on how many applied to Buckingham when they first opened.
As it is not accredited by GMC, are they tied up with any other university to award MBBS degree (as backup), just in case if accreditation doesn't happen by the time 1st cohort finishes.
Just a thought ??
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As it is not accredited by GMC, are they tied up with any other university to award MBBS degree (as backup), just in case if accreditation doesn't happen by the time 1st cohort finishes.
Just a thought ??
They're contingency plan is with Buckingham.
All new medical schools in the UK are required to have a contingency plan.
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As it is not accredited by GMC, are they tied up with any other university to award MBBS degree (as backup), just in case if accreditation doesn't happen by the time 1st cohort finishes.
Just a thought ??
How do you know they are not accredited by GMS? That makes no sense, how are they offering clinical placements if not accredited.
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How do you know they are not accredited by GMS? That makes no sense, how are they offering clinical placements if not accredited.
They haven't been accredited yet. New medicals schools do not receive accreditation until the first cohort graduates.
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they have a contingency school which is buckingham
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thats how they can offer a degree, every new medical schools has to have one I think
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Sounds a bit risky for a £200,000 degree!
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Sounds a bit risky for a £200,000 degree!
You're going to get a GMC accredited degree no matter what at the end of your study though.
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btw are eu students considered as international for 2021 entry or does that start only for the 2021 application cycle?
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btw are eu students considered as international for 2021 entry or does that start only for the 2021 application cycle?
Isn't that the same thing?

Anyway EU students will be international from (and including) 2021/22 entry.

https://www.ucas.com/finance/finance...nd-eu-students

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Sounds a bit risky for a £200,000 degree!
And Brunel will be GMC accredited, so don't worry.

Unis can't randomly open new medical schools without GMC's approval.
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Im sorry, I dint notice that
thank you
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Has anyone applied yet? Do we really need to upload a CV?
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Has anyone applied yet? Do we really need to upload a CV?
I've applied already. I uploaded my CV, but skipped manually filling out the work experience as everything they require is on the CV. If you don't want to upload one, then manually fill it out.
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Does anyone know when we can expect to hear back once application submitted?
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Did anyone receive any interview offers?
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