As a medical student you can intercalate an extra year in order to study for an Honours BSc degree. At present approximately 1/3 of medical students have the opportunity to intercalate. Most often people intercalate at the end of year 2 and exceptionally at the end of year 3.
A number of subjects are on offer to medics and these are constantly changing. For up to date information on the subjects offered contact the Pre-clinical Curriculum Office. Be aware that you may also intercalate at other Universities in exceptional circumstances, but remember to liase with academic staff and plan ahead!
Deciding whether to intercalate or not is often the most difficult decision that you have to make during medical school. The following tips will help you in reaching the right decision for you:
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That’s right…you can do it. Get in contact with the Faculty Office, as it is a rather exceptional and individual process.