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Hi fellows
I'm an international student from South Korea...
I will be graduating from my high school in Boston this May.
I'm a South Korean citizen without a green card.
I recently got acceptance letters from the University of London (King's college)-Medical school, and
University of Manchester-Medical school.
Both are 6-years programmes.
After I graduate from medical school, I want to live in South Korea, and would also like to
maintain a strong relationship with the hospitals in African nations such as Malawi and Swaziland.
I also would like to participate in the doctors without borders.
And for these reasons, I need to decide whether should I stay in the States or not.
I got accepted to some American colleges(high caliber)...
and I was wondering would it be better for me to continue my education through
American colleges and go to American medical school, or just go to London medical school this fall.
Since I'm an international student, it might be hard for me to get into American medical schools in the future.
And I'm not sure what American medical schools are comparable to University of London medical school...
I mean, if I can't get into some of top medical schools in America, it would be better to stay with London.
So my questions are...
1. Would it be better for me to stay in the United States and try to get into American med school? or just go to
London medical this fall.

2. Which Ameircan medical schools will be comparable to King's college, University of London.


Thank you
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