Intercalated medical degrees

Discover whether an intercalated degree could be for you. 

It involves taking a year out of your medical or dental degree to study for an additional degree. Your course will be one year longer, but you will end up with two degrees, one in medicine or dentistry and another degree, eg BSc or BMedSci. Consult individual medical and dental schools to find out if intercalation is possible, and at what stage this can be done.

The main features of an intercalated degree

Benefits of taking an intercalated degree

Some students take the opportunity to gain a further qualification whilst studying for their degree in medicine. Certain medical schools expect all their students to complete an intercalated degree, for others you must apply.

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