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    Doing FY1 in Malta or take a year out and the reapply for UKFP?

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    Hi guys,

    Just needed a little bit of advice, so I missed the deadline for the UKFP (issues with IELTS withholding my certificate), but I can apply and do my FY1 in Malta and then try to do my FY2 back in England...however, I'm not too sure if that will be a good idea? Anyone been in a similar situation? Is it harder to obtain an FY2 if you haven't done your FY1 in the UK?

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    Not sure how big of a sample size there is anywhere for gauging FY1 outside the UK for gaining FY2 positions. I know we had one FY1 in Malta. Not sure what he did after that though. Want me to follow up and see?

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