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Hey,
I was wanting to apply to premed at Uni of Buckingham and wanted to know if anyone has been there since I can’t find much info about it online. What was your experience, the teaching, the content, accommodation like etc. Also did you end up getting into their Medicine course if that’s what you intended?

Also is anyone thinking to apply to this for Jan 2021 entry?
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Hey,
I was wanting to apply to premed at Uni of Buckingham and wanted to know if anyone has been there since I can’t find much info about it online. What was your experience, the teaching, the content, accommodation like etc. Also did you end up getting into their Medicine course if that’s what you intended?

Also is anyone thinking to apply to this for Jan 2021 entry?
Same, if you have any info please share it with me
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Same, if you have any info please share it with me
Omg i was looking at this course too i wonder if it goes through clearing ot not
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Hey,
I was wanting to apply to premed at Uni of Buckingham and wanted to know if anyone has been there since I can’t find much info about it online. What was your experience, the teaching, the content, accommodation like etc. Also did you end up getting into their Medicine course if that’s what you intended?

Also is anyone thinking to apply to this for Jan 2021 entry?
Hi!
I have done the pre med course at the crewe campus at the university of Buckingham, to be completely honest with you, the student life wasn't the best in terms of having to do things around the city however i must say our student ambassador tried their best to get us involved with activities such as quizzes and trips. We also simply travelled to manchester or other nearby cities for night outs etc. The accommodation is okay as well.
in terms of teaching and the content, i would say the content is really good, i enjoyed it as well as the teaching. However, i would say there isn't that much support as i would have wanted, perhaps this was because we were the first year to start doing the pre med course and it is relatively new therefore it wasn't very organised.
i did get into medicine at Buckingham for Jan 2021, I can say with hard work it is definitely doable, if you ask for help from some lecturers, they really do help. The content is hard of course but definitely beneficial for when you start doing medicine or even biomedical sciences.
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Omg i was looking at this course too i wonder if it goes through clearing ot not
i am not sure about clearing however if you don't get the grades you wanted, i am sure you can email or contact the university and they might be able to do something.
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how many studied this course and how many of you got into medical school
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Hi!
I have done the pre med course at the crewe campus at the university of Buckingham, to be completely honest with you, the student life wasn't the best in terms of having to do things around the city however i must say our student ambassador tried their best to get us involved with activities such as quizzes and trips. We also simply travelled to manchester or other nearby cities for night outs etc. The accommodation is okay as well.
in terms of teaching and the content, i would say the content is really good, i enjoyed it as well as the teaching. However, i would say there isn't that much support as i would have wanted, perhaps this was because we were the first year to start doing the pre med course and it is relatively new therefore it wasn't very organised.
i did get into medicine at Buckingham for Jan 2021, I can say with hard work it is definitely doable, if you ask for help from some lecturers, they really do help. The content is hard of course but definitely beneficial for when you start doing medicine or even biomedical sciences.
Hi, so I’m applying to this course in the matter of a week or so. Seeing your comment has given me some hope. I am struggling with the application questions because I’m applying separately to my UCAS and was wondering if you had any tips on what to mention when answering the questions. It is a very different approach to how my UCAS was and so I’m struggling a little bit.
Thank you
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