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Just wondering, I see many new medical schools opening in 2022, or in the last year (some for international students only in 2022). Do you predict there will be an oversaturation/ problems matching FY1 posts in 4-6 years time?

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No. The government subsidies each med student close to £200,000 and won't want to see any med graduates being unemployed.

There's a lot of funding into new med school places to ensure that there will be FY1 posts in 5 years and specialty training posts in 7 years.

Obviously with the CAG scandal last year and all med schools being asked to take on extra students this situation could change. The Med Schools Council stated that failure rates could increase in the next few years.

Btw you make threads but never reply to posts, do you actually read these?
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