A Medical Education With a Distinguished Heritage
Choosing the right place to study for your degree is an important decision and I know you will be looking hard to find the university and the course that is right for you. I have myself just recently chosen to come to St George’s, University of London as Principal and am excited by the partnerships and opportunities we have as the UK’s only university dedicated to medicine and healthcare sciences. St George’s has an illustrious history and a tradition of innovation in research and education. Gray’s Anatomy was first published from St George’s in 1858 and remains the definitive anatomy textbook. More recent innovations in education include the introduction of the first graduate entry medical programme in the UK.
What is distinctive about the St George’s programme?
Students on the programme will benefit from the expertise of St George’s, our reputation and our tradition of training doctors for close to 300 years. We are an outward looking institution with strong and growing international links in education and research and are committed to playing our part in improving health globally. We are delighted to be working with The University of Nicosia in Cyprus to extend the opportunity of studying the St George’s programme to students from all over the world.
This website sets out in detail what is involved in studying the St George’s programme at the University of Nicosia – I hope that on reading on you find this an exciting proposition and one which will help you fulfil your ambitions.