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7+ Year Member
Mar 9, 2006
  1. Medical Student
hey all,
i'm new to this forum and was wondering if anyone knew of UK med schools that are set up to do 2 years there, and 2 years of rotations in the US. i've read up on med schools there, but i'm not sure which ones are more prone to taking US residents.
thanks for your help!


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Jan 2, 2001
  1. Attending Physician
there aren't any UK schools in which you do 2 pre-clinical years in the UK and 2 years of US rotations. Doesn't work that way. Once you're in a school in the UK, you must fulfill all their requirements. Which also means completing rotations in the UK. The only places which will allow two years of US rotations are the Caribbean schools.
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