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Peter Z
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Hello there. I hold an undergraduate degree in Nursing from Makerere University (2014) and want to apply for a second undergraduate degree, Medicine (MBChB) at Cambridge.Following the advice on the web, I am writing to enquire which college is accepting affiliate students of the standard medicine course - A100 (2022 entry) and to seek guidance about whether or not I am eligible to apply for an affiliate place.I am grateful for your assistance. Warm regards.

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I believe that all colleges accept mature students for the A100 course. Asking in this thread might help you.
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(Original post by Peter Z)
Hello there. I hold an undergraduate degree in Nursing from Makerere University (2014) and want to apply for a second undergraduate degree, Medicine (MBChB) at Cambridge.Following the advice on the web, I am writing to enquire which college is accepting affiliate students of the standard medicine course - A100 (2022 entry) and to seek guidance about whether or not I am eligible to apply for an affiliate place.I am grateful for your assistance. Warm regards.

Peter
Affiliate students can only apply to St Edmund's,Wolfson or Lucy Cavendish.
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