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03 Nov Medication at Oxford University

Want to know a lot more about studying at Oxford University? Check out this brief movie to listen to tutors and pupils chat about this undergraduate degree. For a lot more details on this program, make sure you pay a visit to our web page at http://www.ox.ac.united kingdom/admissions/undergraduate_programs/programs/medicine/medicine.html
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  • Simona Vlad
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November

    If I'll study one year medicine in Romania, can I transfer to your University? What are the steps if it's possible?

  • tajin hasnat
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November

    hi I am. from Bangladesh and I am completing MBBS from renowned medical college Dhaka medical college.can I post graduate from oxford university what should i do what r the chances I inform do u have email address

  • allen christian
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November

    Is there a stat for transfer students or do they even accept one? Specially from another country,

  • kurdman12345678
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November

    is it true you have to be rich to study at oxford.

  • Hydeman
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November

    Hello. I'm a gap year applicant and am currently awaiting my final A-level results. I have a feeling that I will miss the A*AA requirement by one grade. Is it advisable for me to forgo applying to Oxford? Thanks in advance.

  • Matt Fail
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November

    How much do GCSE grades effect getting a place . I ask this question as I feel my results for gcses will be 4A* and 5A. I go to a good state school. Should I not bother applying as I plan to do well at A level but will my gcse grades hold me back.

  • antoon samir yossif
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November

    hi .. i'm Egyptian medical student in the third year … i want to continue my study at oxford or start from the beginning but i can't afford the courses … is there any scholarships for person like me … and what are the steps ?!

  • habboubi ines
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November

    hello! +University of Oxford   i wish i know how shall i enter to the medical university of oxford i wanna know the wanted qualifications to be accepted to study medicine, i'm enthusiastic to know everything about medicine in this university and the minimum degree wanted to be accepted. i will complete my secondary school studying soon.. so i must plan my future from now.
    and thank you.

  • Joshua Pelayo
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November

    Hi. Im a Grade 9 student and Im from Philippines. May i ask, Which course are more in demand?? Medicine, Chemical Engineering, or Chemistry? Do you have a specialization in Orthopedic Surgeon for Medicine? Because I felt such curiosity and a little bit nervous on what course will i choose. How can i enroll in Oxford even Im too far?? I want to be an Orthopedic Surgeon and a Chemical Engineer someday. Does the competition for this two courses are difficult?? Thank you for your kind consideration. Hope that you receive this message and please reply back. God B.ess.

  • University of Oxford
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November

    hi +Yasmim Franceschi , competition for places at Oxford is very strong, especially for Medicine where we have around ten applicants per place, so even the best exam results cannot guarantee a place. It's even harder for international students for exactly the reason you mention –  at the time of wrting a government-imposed quota means we can only take fourteen Medicine students in your position, classified as international students for fees purposes.

    You can visit the admissions statistics page of the Oxford website to see the actual numbers, but since they're small for any given country in any given year, it's probably quicker just to say –  it is realistic to give it a shot, but sensible to recognise that it's a long shot too! Good luck, and do speak to our undergraduate admissions office if you'd like more specific advice.

  • University of Oxford
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November

    Hi +William Velez-Jimenez , at the time of writing you don't apply directly to a college (which in Oxford, Cambridge and a few other places is a constituent part of the larger University) or to a medical school. Instead you apply through the UK's university admissions service, UCAS, while registering to sit the BMAT exam at the same time. Take a look at the link in the description or search "study medicine at oxford" for full details of the application process. Otherwise you can contact our undergraduate admissions office directly for personal advice.

  • aziza chandana
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November


  • Yasmim Franceschi
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November

    How realistic is it for a brazilian student, very strong at the IB, to get a place as an international fee-paying student? I am aware of the quota, but Oxford is my main goal and I would like to know how likely are international students for getting in.

  • Hector Vesalius
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November

    Im only in year 11 and preparing for my GCSE's, but it will always be an aspiration to study medicine at such a prestigious university. Is it cumpulsory to be a straight A/A* student at GCSE as well as A level to be considered an offer? 

  • William Velez-Jimenez
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November

    Hello, +University of Oxford my name is William and I am in 9th grade(or year 9) of school. It is my dream to become a medical doctor and I would love to study at Oxford. I live in the US and I'm planning to apply before I graduate high school and would like to know which place to apply. Would I apply to the college or the medical school to study for my degree? I'm terribly confused by that. I want to specialize in infectious disease/immunology.

  • Afsah Nasir
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November

    Alright so the website you mentioned on description it says Chemistry is compulsory where Biology and physics mathematic is optional what if a student is giving Biology and psychology in optional would that count ?

  • Mihnea Stanciulescu
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November

    Which one is going to be better if i want to apply to Oxford, the ib or A levels?

  • Yasamin Shams
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November

    Oxford university… My biggest wish <3

  • Otto Fritz Meyerhof
    Posted at 17:37h, 03 November

    Hello, I am high school student in Romania and I would like to apply for medicine at Oxford. As far as my research went I require UCAS, BMAT and IELTS to be eligible as well as high bacalaureate average. One thing that concearns me however is that on the website you ask for qualifications in both biology and chemistry, whilst my country's bacalaureate tests are only in my native language, maths, one language (which will be replaced by IELTS), and one science (physics, biology,chemistry or computer science), which are four tests in total but which do not allow me to fill both qualifications. My question is wether you have any suggestions regarding this issue or should I take it to the contact email in your website? Thank you in advance.