When it comes to finding a doctorate, you need to think long and hard before you apply.
Here are some of the questions to ask and a few other key points to consider before you do.
Who should I apply to?
You need to be a student or work in a related field and a UK resident for the first two years of study.
It also helps to have a good grade point average and a minimum of 30 years experience working in a medical practice.
But that is about all the qualifications you need.
Where can I apply?
You can apply directly through the Oxford University Faculty of Medicine website or by calling 0207 678 3333.
For more information on how to apply, click here.
How long should I study?
The minimum period of study is three years.
However, there are some other restrictions that apply, so it is best to apply to Oxford as soon as you can.
For example, you cannot start studying medicine while you are studying for a PhD, even if you do not have a degree in that field.
There is also no guarantee of a successful result.
What are the other qualifications you should aim for?
The most important qualification is a UK residency.
That means you must have completed a bachelor’s degree in a British medical specialty or have been working in the UK for at least one year, although the minimum is three.
The degree will have to be based on the subject you wish to pursue.
You must also be willing to complete a postgraduate study and complete three years of work experience.
This is particularly important for graduates who may need to return to work before they can be admitted to a doctor’s practice.
For some of these, you may have to wait longer to be admitted.
However if you are a UK citizen you may be able to apply immediately to Oxford.
What is a degree?
A doctorate is a master’s or doctorate in medicine, or a doctor in medicine.
It is awarded by the university to a person who has completed a series of clinical courses or completed a professional qualification in the field of medicine.
The doctorate will usually have an additional year of study to prepare it for the examination and interview stage of the programme.
The course you need will depend on the specific programme you have chosen and the course of study you are applying for.
A Bachelor of Medicine degree is a doctor with a doctorat degree.
A doctor in the same field of study and in the equivalent degree may be granted a doctorates degree.
To be eligible, you have to: be a resident in the United Kingdom and have completed at least three years in a UK medical specialty;