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Graduate entry program into Medicine

Jan 2019

I have completed a bachelor's in engineering science and biomedical engineering at the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa. I would like to apply for graduate entry programs into Medicine in the UK. I have a British passport, but have never lived there. Is this possible? How do I go about the applications?

APPLYING MEDICINE UK CITIZEN
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You must apply through UCAS and are likely to be classed as an international student. Please check that you have the funds to pay the high clinical fees in the latter years of the course. Use the list of courses at digital.ucas. Check the information on university websites. You may also need to take the UKCAT or BMAT. Have a look at all our information on applying for Medicine.

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