Medical Schools

St George's

Medicine at University of St George's Medical School

Overview of St Georges Medical School

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St George’s Medical School in Tooting is part of the University of London. The campus is fully integrated with St George’s Hospital, but clinical attachments can take place at other hospitals in London and the south west, including in Kingston, Croydon and Epsom. Benefits of studying medicine at St George’s Medical School London: - Shared campus with one of the largest teaching hospitals in the UK. - Patient-focused education with a strong emphasis on communicating with patients from a range of - backgrounds - Teaching is informed by world class research which informs practice - Many lecturers are working clinicians

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Course Structure of St George's University School of Medicine

This course will equip you with the essential knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes required to practice medicine competently and professionally in a patient-centred, multidisciplinary environment. In years one and two: Based on lectures, tutorials and group activity with short clinical and community-based placements. Year three: Turns more clinically based Years four and five: The focus is heavily on clinical attachments, again with complementary lectures running in parallel. You have maximum exposure to clinical environments in hospitals, primary care trusts and other community-based attachments.

Entry Requirements for St George's University of London Medicine

GCSE

Grade 6 (B) in English Language A minimum of 5 GCSEs at grade 6 (B) Not needed for graduate entry

A Levels

AAA - A*AA. 


Must include Chemistry and Biology or Human Biology. General Studies A Levels must be completed within two years of course commencement, within one sitting.

IB

36 points Higher level: 18 points at Higher Level, with a minimum score of 6 in at least Biology and Chemistry. Standard level: A minimum score of 5 must be attained in Mathematics (or Maths Studies) and English, if at least a B grade has not previously been attained in GCSE/IGCSE/O level Maths and English.

Scottish Higher

AAA Highers: AAA including Chemistry and/or Biology Advanced Highers: AA including Chemistry and/or Biology Subjects: Must include Chemistry and/or Biology. English Language at Standard Grade 2 or higher is required.

Scottish Advanced

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