Welcome to St George's, University of London and INTO St George's, University of London.
Students consider St George's to be an incredible place to study. They consider the teaching to be exceptional and value the closeness with the academic and administrative staff - importantly, the students rate highly the facilities and social activities, including the on-site St George's Hospital and the many clubs, societies and sports available to them through the students' union. Students appreciate being part of a community that is simultaneously committed to making an important contribution to London society through the links with local schools, colleges and charities, as well as the international community.
With a history stretching back over 250 years, St George's, University of London truly embodies a living heritage.
John Hunter, Edward Jenner, Henry Gray and Henry Vandyke Carter are a few of the many prominent alumni members. Edward Jenner was the pioneer of immunology whose work on developing the smallpox vaccine, the first successful vaccine developed anywhere in the world, has been credited as having saved more lives than the work of any other person.
2010 also saw the 10th anniversary of the graduate entry medicine programme, the inspiration of the innovative International Graduate Medicine MD. St George's was the first UK university to introduce this new route into medicine for high achieving graduates from any academic discipline.
International Medicine (BSc / MD )
If you have completed 13 years of secondary education, have good grades equivalent to A level grades of AAA , and have a good standard of English, then you may apply to the International Medicine (BSc / MD )
The first 4 years of this course are based at St George's, University of London. In years one and two, clinical science is the focus with biomedical science. In year 3. At the end of this year, you graduate with a BSc (Honours) in Medical Science. In the fourth year, you transit into clinical practice and this prepares you for the final 2 years (five and six) which are spent in clinical practice in the US.
AAA + UKCAT results + Multi Mini Interview + IELTS 7.0
Duration : 6 years
Year 1 - 3 18,000 pounds per year
Year 4 29,000 pounds
Years 5 and 6 36,000 pounds per year
International Graduate Medicine (MD )
If you have a degree in any subject equivalent to a lower second class honours in the UK system, or a higher degree, such as a masters or a doctorate, you may apply for this course.
The first 2 years are spent at St George's University of London, comprising clinical science in year 1, and transitional clinical practise in year 2, with the final two years (year 3 and 4 ) spent in clinical practise in the United States.
A degree in any subject at a level equivalent to a lower second class bachelors honours in the UK system
A higher degree such as Masters or a Doctorate
Other entry requirements:
In addition to academic grades, applicants will be assessed on the quality of their written application, their work or voluntary experience, their performance in the GAMSAT examination and their performance in the medical selection, Multi Mini Interview (MMI ) and a IELTS score of 7.0
Duration: 4 years
Year 1 : 18,000 pounds
Year 2 : 29,000 pounds
Years 3 and 4 : 36,000 pounds per year
Biomedical Sciences ( International ) BSc
If you have completed 13 years of education, have good grades equivalent to A level grades of BBB and have a good standard of English, then you may apply to the BSc (Honours ) Biomedical Science (International )
In the first 2 years, the training programme offers a broad coverage of topics in the biomedical field, ranging from fundamental aspects of cell and molecular biology, through systems based anatomy, physiogy and pharmacology to advanced basic science and clinical laboratory techniques.
The course prepares you for a range of medical related careers or alternatively, with good grades, you can go on to study medicine.
High School qualifications equivalent to UK A level grades of BBB and IELTS 7.0
Duration: 3 Years
Fees: 13,000 pounds a year
International Foundation in Medicine
If you have completed secondary education in your home country, the International Foundation programme provides academic preparation for first year undergraduate entry into Medical, Biomedical and Health Sciences.
The pathway focus on Chemistry, Biology and Human Physiology, as well as Mathematics, Physics, English and Study Skills.
Students who successfuly complete the International Foundation programme with good grades, and pass the UKCAT test, as well as the interview, will be considered for entry to the first year of the International Medicine or Biomedical programme.
Completed 12 years of schooling with high grades + IELTS 5.5
Duration: 9 months
Fees: 14,000 pounds