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Malta

Health Sciences

Medicine

Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery [MBBS]

5 years

€35000 pa

Programme profile


Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) is offering a five-year programme in medicine, leading to the degree of Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) to be taught in Malta and Gozo from 2016 entry. The MBBS will  be taught by Barts and The London School of Medicine  and Dentistry, a faculty of QMUL, which is a member of  the Russell Group of leading research-led UK universities.

Application deadline is the UKCAT deadline for entry to 2016 programmes.

Programme content


The programme is equivalent to QMUL's  long-standing MBBS programme in London with equivalent entry requirements and selection criteria. The core curriculum is the same, which includes early in-depth clinical experience, problem-based learning (PBL), practical sessions in laboratories, and opportunities to spend a full year of study undertaking an intercalated undergraduate science degree at QMUL’s London campus.

In the first two years of the programme, students will be taught mainly at the Gozo campus, where they will use the Gozo General Hospital’s new teaching and training facilities. From an early stage, students will gain experience in the local community through attachments with general practices, where they can learn about the clinical context  of their medical knowledge.

In the third, fourth and fifth year, students will spend time on the wards and clinics in Gozo General Hospital, the Mater Dei Hospital (Malta) and other relevant clinical facilities in primary and secondary care, where they will be introduced to clinical medicine. Students’ knowledge and clinical skills will be enhanced by working alongside clinical teams both in the hospital and also within community placements. Students will regularly return to the main medical campus on Gozo for teaching weeks  and assessment

Entry Requirements


Three A-Levels [AAA]: minimum entry requirements

Scottish Students are required to have a SQC with 2 Advanced Highers [AA] and at least 4 Highers, two at A.

Yes: UKCAT

Yes [in London]

Yes

22 September