Hey all,Does anyone know IF Cambridge university colleges accept the Access to Higher Education (Medicine) course as an equivalent to A-levels Chemistry & Biology?
I am a full-time working professional in banking & capital markets industry as a consultant, and intending to switch my career into medicine.
I am getting conflicting messages with regards to the Access Course (Medicine) acceptance to Cambridge uni medical colleges.
St. Edmund's college confirmed that they don't accept the Access Course, and istead A-levels (Chemistry & Biology/Physics/Maths) would be needed even if I want to apply to Graduate Course in Medicine degree given tht I already hold another Bachelors degree in a non-science discipline.
However, the admissions contact at Wolfson college is very confusing. He states, that the qualifying criteria is the same as that of St. Edmund's, however then mentions "if you didn’t take A levels, we will consider your performance in equivalent qualifications such as the IB, BTECs or Access courses."
I have checked their website which also states that Cambridge don't accept Access course alone as the qualifying criteria to their Graduate degree in Medicine.
Does anyone know if Cambridge University Medical COlleges actually DO accept the Access To Higher Education (Medicine) course, or are we required to sit the A-levels in Chemistry & Biology/Physics/Maths?
Thanks a lot