Unipod 11: Getting a Place to Study Medicine

Applying to study medicine is a competitive process and the chances of rejection are high. It’s even tougher for non-UK students wanting to study in the UK, as the government requires universities to cap the number of international students. With that in mind, here's guidance to help you up your chances of getting a place...
Unipod 11: Getting a Place to Study Medicine
By David Westley
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This week’s Unipod is a bumper edition aimed at aspiring medical students to the UK! If you’re thinking of applying to medicine, you’ll know that it’s a competitive process and that the chances of rejection are high. It’s even tougher for non-UK students as the UK government require universities to cap the number of international students they shortlist and accept.

With this in mind, meet Dr Bogdan...

Dr Bogdan is a London-based clinician, author of the 'Unofficial Guide to Getting into Medical School', and founder of the Medefine Education Academy, a global talent academy for aspiring medics. I chatted to him about how Medefine helps medical applicants to pursue their dreams.

In partnership with UAE schools and a committee of motivated students, Dr Bogdan has organised an inspirational, virtual, UAE-wide, free conference for aspiring medics, on Saturday 20th March 2021. It’s the first of its kind in the UAE, featuring world-renowned speakers and practical advice for high school students planning their application.

To find out more about Medefine’s events, resources, virtual work experience days and upcoming UAE conference, click here.

To contact Dr Bogdan and the Medefine Academy, click here.

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