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Mehdiy
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Hi, I’m looking to apply to universities that are good for medicine and a wide range of medical degrees. I’m not too sure what to apply for so if anyone could help me out it’s be greatly appreciateddddd
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There is a big section of TSR all about Applying for Medicine - read it all carefully - https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki/medicine
plus the Medic Portal - https://www.themedicportal.com/appli...by-step-guide/
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See https://digital.ucas.com/coursedispl...=Undergraduate for a list of all Medicine courses. (Warning: there are 582 courses from 117 providers, so there's a lot to wade through.)

If you want those which are "good for medicine", then you'll need to decide what "good" means (to you). Best student satisfaction? Best graduate outcomes? Highest spend per student? Most often quoted in research? Best nightlife?

A crude definition of "good" can be gleaned from the various league tables:

https://www.thecompleteuniversitygui...kings/medicine
https://www.theguardian.com/educatio...-2022-rankings (then select "Medicine" under "Pick a subject area)
https://www.topuniversities.com/univ.../2021/medicine (select selected "United Kingdom" under "Location")

Note that each league table has its own definition of "good" (i.e. its own list of factors and weightings). Your view of a "good" university may vary.
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(Original post by McGinger)
There is a big section of TSR all about Applying for Medicine - read it all carefully - https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/wiki/medicine
plus the Medic Portal - https://www.themedicportal.com/appli...by-step-guide/
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It wont matter which Uni you go to.

All UK Med Schoold are accredited by the GMC - ie. they all qualify you as a doctor.
The NHS is not going to care where you trained - and neither will your future patients.
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