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I wanna be a physician associate, some advice would really help :)

I intend to become a physician associate in the future, my initial plan being getting a Bsc in Science studying biomedical science at university. After this I would work for a year maybe and then do my post graduation in physician associate studies. I am currently answering my A-levels, my first exam being on the 17th of May.

I was wondering if on results day I could go through clearing and try to get into university of reading's MPAS undergraduate course and just wanted to know how difficult it is to get in without clearing itself and what would my chances be getting in with clearing?
I also wanted to know if I able to go through clearing for a whole different course, as I do know that the admissions process do require interviews and a distinct personal statement.
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Original post by elainethea
I intend to become a physician associate in the future, my initial plan being getting a Bsc in Science studying biomedical science at university. After this I would work for a year maybe and then do my post graduation in physician associate studies. I am currently answering my A-levels, my first exam being on the 17th of May.
I was wondering if on results day I could go through clearing and try to get into university of reading's MPAS undergraduate course and just wanted to know how difficult it is to get in without clearing itself and what would my chances be getting in with clearing?
I also wanted to know if I able to go through clearing for a whole different course, as I do know that the admissions process do require interviews and a distinct personal statement.

You are in the medicine forum here, and may do better in the healthcare one
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=71
Reply 2
Original post by GANFYD
You are in the medicine forum here, and may do better in the healthcare one
https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=71

thank you :smile:
Original post by elainethea
I intend to become a physician associate in the future, my initial plan being getting a Bsc in Science studying biomedical science at university. After this I would work for a year maybe and then do my post graduation in physician associate studies. I am currently answering my A-levels, my first exam being on the 17th of May.
I was wondering if on results day I could go through clearing and try to get into university of reading's MPAS undergraduate course and just wanted to know how difficult it is to get in without clearing itself and what would my chances be getting in with clearing?
I also wanted to know if I able to go through clearing for a whole different course, as I do know that the admissions process do require interviews and a distinct personal statement.

Hi,

I hope you are doing well.

UEL offers BSc Biomedical Science and applications can be made using the following website:
BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science | University of East London (uel.ac.uk)

UEL also offers MSc Physician Associate and applications can be made using the following link:
MSc Physician Associate | University of East London (uel.ac.uk)

UEL holds Open Events for prospective students. This would be a great opportunity for you to speak to current students, Academics and also have a campus tour. It can be booked online using the following link:
Undergraduate Open Days | University of East London (uel.ac.uk)

You can also speak to Student Ambassadors studying your course. They can be reached using the following website:
Chat to our students | University of East London (uel.ac.uk)

For further information, please feel free to contact Applicant Engagement via telephone on 0208 223 3333.

-Anisha
Hi, I've moved your thread to the healthcare forum - the medicine forum is for queries about about studying/working in medicine/doing a medical degree :smile:

Hopefully you can get more responses in the healthcare forum about PA studies and work! :h:

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