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  • The BMJ Guide To Intercalated Degrees

    • 13 Aug 2022

    Intercalated degrees allow medical students to take time out of the MBChB degree to study another degree.1 Typically, this extends the total duration of study by one year, but students graduate with two degrees.

  • How To Get Into Medical School (UK Edition)

    • 12 Aug 2022

    So you want to become a doctor? It is a noble career choice which can be incredibly rewarding, but also demanding. No two doctors’ lives are the same, but arguably one of the biggest challenges every single doctor has had to face is one that occurs before their career has even begun: getting into medical school

  • Getting Relevant Work Experience For Doctors in Training

    • 11 Aug 2022

    Work experience in a caring or service role is a requisite for applying to medical schools in the UK

  • Internal Medicine Training (IMT) – Where Should you Apply?

    • 11 Aug 2022

    A key stage in the recruitment process for Internal Medicine Training (IMT) is preferencing training programmes. Programme preferences, alongside interview scoring, determine how offers are made

  • Applying To Medical School: A Step by Step Guide

    • 11 Aug 2022

    This article will navigate you through how to become a doctor, the process of applying to medical school whether you are an undergraduate or a postgraduate.

  • Studying Medicine: A Guide To Medical Student Finance

    • 11 Aug 2022

    As a medical student in the UK, you will need to cover your living expenses and likely also tuition fees for your specific university. Both fees can vary in amount based on a number of factors, and there are many options available to relieve some of the financial responsibility through grants and bursaries, as well as loans.