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St George's, University of London Medical School at University of Nicosia
About St. George's, University of London & the University of Nicosia
St. George's, University of London, one of the leading medical schools in the United Kingdom, and the University of Nicosia, the largest private university in Cyprus, have joined forces to offer the St George's graduate-entry 4-year MBBS (Bachelor in Medicine and Bachelor in Surgery) programme in Cyprus.
Why the St. George's programme in Nicosia?
This prospectus sets out the attractions of studying on a degree programme that combines the strengths of St George's, University of London and the University of Nicosia. Students benefit from the expertise of St George's, our reputation and our tradition of training doctors for over 250 years from our London location. Our courses are informed by research, and our close links with healthcare providers ensure that our programmes continue to meet the changing needs of public health and healthcare professions.
The MBBS programme is offered under the degree-granting powers of St George's, University of London and is recognised worldwide. St George's was the first medical school in the United Kingdom to offer a graduate entry programme in medicine and is the only independently governed medical school in that country. It is recognised for excellence in medical education, receiving a score of 23 out of 24 in the UK's Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) inspection of medicine – the highest score of any London medical school.
The St George's, University of London Medical Programme at the University of Nicosia (SGUL, Nicosia) provides a firm foundation on which to build a career in the global healthcare sector.
After completing your MBBS degree, you will be eligible for provisional registration with a licence to practise with the UK General Medical Council, provided your fitness to practise is not impaired.
To gain full GMC registration with a licence to practise as a holder of a UK primary medical qualification, MBBS (SGUL, Nicosia) graduates would need to complete a programme for provisionally registered doctors, be awarded a Certificate of Experience and demonstrate their fitness to practise is not impaired. At present, the only recognised programme for provisionally registered doctors is the first year of the foundation programme (F1) provided by the postgraduate deaneries of the UK.
Applicants from outside the UK and EU should note, that as MBBS (SGUL, Nicosia) graduates, you will potentially not be able to complete the first year of foundation training in the UK leading to full registration, as under prevailing UK immigration rules you may not be able to get a work permit.
While the St George's MBBS is recognised by many different countries, applicants from outside the European Community are advised to check with their own individual national authorities if they wish to practise in their own country.
For US and Canadian students
Our programme is approved by the Educational Committee for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG).
US students would be eligible to participate in the Match Program for residency and take the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE).
Canadian students would be eligible to participate in the Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS) and take the Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination (MCCEE).
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Information received from St. George's, University of London.
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