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Earn as You Learn – Part Time Medical Degree Survey

UCLan’s School of Medicine at UCLan was established in 2014 providing medical training and a range of complementary undergraduate and postgraduate programmes and research in partnership with the NHS. We are currently developing a new course with our partners; a part time medical degree which would allow applicants with previous clinical experience to study for the Bachelor Medicine Bachelor Surgery (MBBS) whilst working in a clinical role for one of our partner NHS Trusts.
This training programme will be suitable for military veterans, healthcare workers and support staff who may not have the conventional academic requirements for studying medicine at university, but who have gained relevant skills throughout their career to date.

Collaboration with community partners means we hope to provide support with accommodation and assistance for spouses with employment or training. We would like your views and opinions to help us develop a course which will meet the needs of the students we are seeking to attract.

We hope you can spare a few minutes to complete the survey.  

The survey can be found at https://wh1.snapsurveys.com/s.asp?k=158998423860. If interested, UCLan would be grateful if you would complete they survey.  I attach the survey for information, please use link to complete.

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