The best UK universities to study medicine

Expect your mates to be like ‘do you know what’s wrong with me?’ all the time

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Being a medic is a pretty prestige title. There's so many reasons to study medicine. Giving back to society? Sure. Great skills? Got them. High salary prospects? Yes please. If that's got you sold, this league table shows the best universities to study medicine in the UK.

There are a lot of misconceptions about medic students, like they study aaaall time, are the most annoying people on campus and that they will be able to diagnose you if you're dying from freshers' flu. One things for sure though, if you study medicine you'll defo fall into a typical persona – will you be the keen medic, the sports medic or maybe even the nervous medic? Either way, people will think you're hot.

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Here are the top universities to study at, according to the Complete University Guide.

1. Oxford

Entry requirements: A*AA

Read more about the course here.

2. Cambridge

Entry requirements: A*A*A

Read more about the course here.

3. Glasgow

Entry requirements: AAA

Read more about the course here.

4. Swansea

Entry requirements: ABB

Read more about the course here.

5. Imperial College London

Entry requirements: AAA

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6. Dundee

Entry requirements: AAA

Read more about the course here.

7. Queen Mary, University of London

Entry requirements: A*AA

Read more about the course here.

8. UCL

Entry requirements: A*AA

Read more about the course here.

9. Edinburgh

Entry requirements: ABB

Read more about the course here.

10. Newcastle

Entry requirements: AAA

Read more about the course here.

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