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Do you have to intercalate at the medical school you study at? I'm thinking of applying to King's and UCL but I want to intercalate in law, which neither of them offer. Am I allowed to leave either of these unis to intercalating?
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Intercalation is compulsory at UCL but optional at KCL. I think you can intercalate at a different university but I've never looked into it much as I'm definitely not planning on intercalating.
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(Original post by sweetpotato3)
Do you have to intercalate at the medical school you study at? I'm thinking of applying to King's and UCL but I want to intercalate in law, which neither of them offer. Am I allowed to leave either of these unis to intercalating?
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Intercalation is compulsory at UCL but optional at KCL. I think you can intercalate at a different university but I've never looked into it much as I'm definitely not planning on intercalating.
Yes you can intercalate elsewhere, but you would most likely have to liaise with your medical school for that.

Here's a website to help you: https://www.intercalate.co.uk/
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