A Bachelors degree with at least a 2.1 class honours or equivalent (3.3 GPA in the USA, 3.2 in Canada) or a higher degree (e.g., MSc, MPhil or PhD) in any discipline
Work or voluntary experience in a medical or health-related field, demonstrate a broad awareness of the scope of medicine
Overall score of 57 (with a minimum of 50 in each section) in the Graduate Australian Medical School Admission Test (GAMSAT); or a total score of 500 in the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). Please see the GAMSAT or MCAT websites for further details on how to take these tests (www.gamsatuk.org or www.aamc.org/students/applying/mcat/)
Early clinical experience starting from the first week
Enabled by leading edge facilities and technology
Leading to the same degree awarded to students in London
What Our Students Say
After our first two years we are able to decide if we want to do our last two in Chicago, Tel Aviv, Puerto Rico, or to stay in Cyprus. For me knowing I can go back and get clinical experience in the States was a very appealing offer, especially when it came to matching for a residency.
Karine De Souza , USA
I have already learned so much, both in terms of clinical science and skills but also in the social side of medicine from both lessons and the diverse cohort that I am in. The core learning process of PBL is incredibly conducive to success and the emphasis on self-directed learning introduces accountability to us early on.
Natasha Grace, UK
The high standards of a British school combined with the experience of studying abroad and returning to your home country for practice makes the medical school an all-around unique and fruitful experience where you can learn from those active in the field while getting the education that will ensure you become a great physician.
Henna Sawhney, USA
Living in Cyprus and adapting to the lifestyle was easy because everyone is extremely friendly and goes the extra mile to ensure that all things are taken care of. The island is very scenic with palm trees, great beaches, lot of sunshine and excellent mountain ranges. There is nothing but good things to say about Cyprus and this has confirmed that my decision to study medicine here was a great one!
Hugh Elliott, Canada
The chance to study medicine is a truly unique opportunity. The prestigious programme St George’s, University of London has to offer coupled with the picturesque country of Cyprus is an opportunity I couldn’t say no to. From the beginning I loved the programme as we are not only taught medicine, but also how to become good doctors.
Afreshdeep Sandhu, New Zealand
Most Cypriots are relatively friendly, helpful and laid back. Cyprus has a variety of activities that you can enjoy. If like me you like your food, then there are many restaurants serving an affordable variety of dishes, which can be either local or international.
Brian Richards, Sierra Leone
2020 Information Sessions
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