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Study Abroad-Oxford/Cambridge

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  • PierreMariePierreMarie Registered User Posts: 412 Member
    no, I was already accepted to St. Anne's so they didn't consider me for St. Catz anymore.
    classics sounds interesting--especially at a place like Oxford! Are you going for sure? Do you know anyone else who's doing the visiting undergrad program?
  • KSolowKSolow Registered User Posts: 219 Junior Member
    Yeah, I'll be going for sure. I know 2 others from Bowdoin who are going as well. I'm really excited, though a bit nervous.
  • PierreMariePierreMarie Registered User Posts: 412 Member
    KSolow, how many subjects will you be taking per term?
  • KSolowKSolow Registered User Posts: 219 Junior Member
    I'm not sure yet. I'll obviously be taking one primary and one secondary tutorial. My primary one will certainly be Classics but I might try to take few religion tutorials as well. Have you made a decision yet?
  • photonphoton Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
    Is anyone here studying medicine in Oxbridge?

    I would like to enquire about the admission criteria.Is it very much similar to the US ivy leagues' standard?
  • cupcakecupcake Registered User Posts: 1,703 Senior Member
    I would like to enquire about the admission criteria.Is it very much similar to the US ivy leagues' standard?

    No, it is totally different because in the US medicine is a graduate school where you have to have completed an undergraduate degree first (in any major/s). In the UK it is a 6 year undergraduate course which you enter straight from high school.

    All the details are on the web-sites of the schools you are interested in, so I suggest you go there.
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