Graduate entry is an ideal choice for candidates who already have academic degrees in medicine or science (such as biomedical research, pharmacy or nursing) and who are eager to continue their studies at a medical or dental institute to improve their qualifications.
What is Graduate Entry?
Graduate entry enables such candidates commence an English-language medical or dental course in the second or even the third year of study. This accelerates the process of obtaining an accredited degree that will be accepted throughout the world. Graduate entry allows applicants to save a considerable amount of time and money by skipping the first few semesters of study. What’s more, candidates also avoid the pressure of undertaking entrance examinations. It is important not to confuse graduate entry with postgraduate medicine which refers to the studies undertaken by qualified doctors and medical professionals.
Who May Be Eligible for Graduate Entry?
Medical and dental graduate entry programmes are only open to holders of a Bachelor of Science degrees in fields related to medicine or science (such as biomedical studies, pharmacy or nursing). It is an excellent option for students who wish to continue their studies in a medical or dental school and for medical professionals who want to enhance their qualifications to improve their career prospects.
Applying for Graduate Entry
The process of applying for a graduate entry programme can be competitive and difficult. Applications typically require particular documents and may also involve other complex elements pertinent to your qualifications that you may not have thought would affect your eligibility.