Hi, I could not get into undergrad medicine in Singapore this year but would still like to join this profession. Due to financial concerns, I am unable to study medicine overseas. Many of my relatives and friends tell me that I'm keen on medicine as it would be easier to apply for a transfer / post grad med school. However, I do not feel inclined to study biosci as it seems to lack the human contact I would like. Instead, I am planning to apply for a Physiotherapy or Sport Science degree, as I've an interest in those disciplines, before applying to Duke-NUS in the future. May I know if this idea is feasible? Duke-NUS only states that an applicant should have a 'Bachelor's degree in any discipline' and those with 'research experience are looked upon favourably'. Are there many doctors who go by the graduate med school route? How many applicants does Duke-NUS accept each year? I really would like to join the medical profession and it would be a privilege to be able to treat and heal patients holistically. Thank you!