1. The Students' Union If you're at a stage when you're beginning to frequent university open days and wonder where you'll end up
If you're a Scottish student studying in Scotland, you won't pay any tuition fees. If you study in England, fees will cost up to £9,000 per year, but some places will charge less. Students from Wales and Northern Ireland will pay up to £3,465.
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A medical degree requires five years at university, then several more of on-the-job training with patients. Your first two years will be spent developing basic diagnosis and treatment skills and learning as much as you can about the human body. Your practical hospital experience begins in year three, year four will probably cover cardio-renal, oncology, general psychiatry and respiratory medicine, while your fifth year includes paediatrics, A&E, general practice, obstetrics and gynaecology.