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This three-year course offers a foundation stage for the Medical Sciences degree, with the possibility of applying to progress to our Medicine (MBBS) programme*, integrated Masters in Physician Associate Studies or MPharm (Hons) programmes after the first year. International students will be taught during year 1 at our Westlakes Campus in Whitehaven and UK students will be taught at the UCLan Burnley Campus. Following year 1, all students will transfer to the Preston campus where tuition will continue on all programmes.
*The School of Medicine wishes to increase access to medical education and support the development and sustainability of regional workforce. In 2019, this course is open to international students and UK/EU students. Weighting will be given to UK Widening Participation students.
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