At the St George’s programme in Nicosia, the expertise and support of some of the finest teaching professionals in healthcare will be at your disposal from day one. Your progress will also be reinforced by some extraordinary onsite resources.
Clinical Skills Laboratories
In our clinical skills laboratories you can perfect basic skills, such as taking blood pressure and pulse, checking for vital signs and resuscitation techniques. Using the latest patient dummies (or your fellow students) you will recreate and learn to solve health problems you’re sure to encounter when you begin to practise.
We offer state-of-the-art Computer Labs equipped with modern hardware – including around 500 workstations – and the latest software programmes, as well as wireless hotspots throughout the campus.
If you need it, support from the IT department is readily available, and we can also train you to use the email system, Intranet and other IT services.
St George’s students in Nicosia will have access to the same core state-of-the-art e-learning medical education resources as those available to students in London, complemented by a bricks-and-mortar library at the University of Nicosia that includes over 90,000 books and numerous online medical journal databases, as well as medical e-books.
Additional Resources – Nicosia
In addition to the Clinical Skills Lab, MBBS students benefit from a state-of-the-art Gross Anatomy / Neuroanatomy Lab, readily available resources for Histology and Histopathology, a Human Performance Lab, a METI Human Patient Simulation Suite, a number of Microbiology / Molecular Biology Labs, Human Nutrition Labs and Physiotherapy Labs. Medical students may also join new and ongoing research projects ranging in topics from public health to molecular genetics.
Through the University of Nicosia, a range of supplementary services are offered: printing, photocopying, photography, imaging, graphic design, video and multimedia production and AV support.