And in 2010, St George’s University of London and the University of Nicosia joined forces to establish the first medical programme in Cyprus, offering a 4-year MBBS that provides the opportunity to students from around the world to benefit from established excellence in medical education at the premier private university of a dynamic, prosperous [...]
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In September 2007, Intercollege gave rise to the University of Nicosia as one of the three first private universities approved by the Cyprus Government. In a nationwide survey in 2009, it was ranked as the best private educational institution in Cyprus, offering Bachelors degree programs in a wide range of fields including Human Biology, Nursing, [...]
In April 2005, St George’s Hospital Medical School was renamed St George’s, University of London.
In 2000, the Medical School introduced the MBBS Graduate Entry Programme (GEP), a four-year fast-track medical degree course open to graduates in any discipline.
In 1995, the Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences was established with Kingston University, offering nursing and midwifery education and, on the St George’s site, degree and diploma courses were offered to qualified nurses and midwives.
In 1981, Dr Nicos Peristianis, the present President of the Council of the University of Nicosia, was appointed Director and the College began expanding its programmes towards academic degrees. In its first decade of operation, Intercollege developed and modified courses of study in accordance with its growing constituencies, the needs of the Cypriot labour market, [...]
In 1981, medical education in London was reorganised to take account, among other factors, of the movement of population away from central London. There are now fewer, larger medical schools, and the expansion of St George’s, University of London (then known as St George’s Hospital Medical School) has been part of this policy. Clinical teaching [...]
The history of the University begins with the establishment of Intercollege in 1980 as a private institution preparing students for the examinations of recognised British professional bodies, such as the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM) and the Communication, Advertising and Marketing Foundation (CAM).
In 1976, the doors of the Medical School opened at Tooting and in 1980 St George’s Hospital at Hyde Park Corner closed its doors for the final time.
In 1973, building began on the new site. The new Hospital and School buildings were now well advanced. The School was completed, as were two wings of the new Hospital, which today provide a total of 710 beds. There are an additional 280 beds on site in accommodation, which is due for replacement in the [...]