If you are invited to an interview for the St George’s medical programme in Nicosia, it will be in a form of a Multi Mini Interview (MMI) and will be conducted through a video conference. The goal of the MMI is to better understand you holistically: you are more than your grades. We want to establish whether you have the appropriate skills and attributes to complete the course successfully and to practise medicine professionally.
The interview will consist of eight questions, each lasting five minutes (40 minutes in total). One person (the interviewer) will conduct the Skype call with you, reading each question and recording your responses. Once the interview is over, each one of your recorded responses will be sent to eight different assessors who will evaluate them. Your total score will then be calculated and sent to the Admissions Committee for a decision.
The MMI approach is a robust and efficient assessment method that is less subjective than a panel interview, ensuring candidates are treated fairly. In addition, MMIs allow us to conduct the interviews more efficiently by assessing more candidates in a shorter time period, which means you will find out the outcome of your interview sooner. We aim to send you an offer decision within two weeks of your interview.
Full details of entry requirements and an online application form can be found at www.nicosia.sgul.ac.cy
You must undergo satisfactory health and police screening, including a screen for and immunisation against Hepatitis B.