Medicine courses in the UK prepare students for their careers through a combination of world class teaching and real clinical practice. Many UK medical schools work alongside local NHS hospitals and practices to provide real life training, while cutting edge research facilities conduct life changing work alongside your study.
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Entry standards for medical schools are tough and students will be expected to pass interviews which cover topics such as personal motivation, previous work and personal interests. A number of medical schools will expect completion of the clinical aptitude test, UCAT.
If you want to learn more about medicine courses in the UK, arrange a free consultation in London or Manchester today.
|1||University of Cambridge||Cambridge, England|
|2||University of Aberdeen||Aberdeen, Scotland|
|3||University of Edinburgh||Edinburgh, Scotland|
|4||Imperial College London||London, England|
|5||University of St Andrews||St Andrews, Scotland|
|6||University of Oxford||Oxford, England|
|7||Swansea University||Swansea, Wales|
|8||Brighton and Sussex Medical School||Brighton, England|
|9||Keele University||Newcastle-under-Lyme, England|
|10||University of Glasgow||Glasgow, UK|
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