24 Jun, 2021 12:06 PM

How can i get into british med schools with american qualifications?

Hello:) i am a student who studies in south korea. And i am seriously concerning about the entrance of medical school in UK. Because i want to major in cardiology. Usually med schools in UK admit GCSE, A LEVEL . However,there are no school which provide IB or other brit qualifications.(theres one NLCS in jeju but for girls;;) but i can still study SAT and APs . Can you please tell me what to do to get in UK med schools? And the schools which accept american qualifications? Finally, i visited some websites and they said they do admit that. However, people (med studnt) who i know said that i have never seen students with american qualifications. Plz answer me:) and tell me the annual cost of living(living cost+tuition) Thanks You!;)

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JA
24 Jun, 2021 12:06 PM

If you got into university for a medical degree and I presume you mean be a doctor/surgeon and then specialise in cardiology it is around £9000+ per year for university ($13,715) and to survive in UK you need at least £1000 ($1523)per month for basic living but if in London you will need a lot more than that, to do a medical degree you are talking about 7 years at uni before specialising in cardiology, contact the uni and ask about US qualifications, Good Luck