Graduate Entry to Medicine

If you are thinking about studying medicine as a second degree (often called Graduate Entry to Medicine) there are a lot of different things to consider.

The first decision is which route you plan to take. There are four-year accelerated courses which you can apply to as a graduate, or you can apply to a five-year ‘undergraduate’ course. For those coming to medicine from alternative routes you may be considering a course that offers a foundation year.

These pages cover some of the most frequently asked questions, giving guidance and bringing together resources.

There is a lot of information and advice available online about applying to and studying medicine.

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