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Health Sciences


Master's in Medicine

6 years

€20700 pa

Programme profile

The Medical School has an integrated system-based curriculum and employs a variety of approaches to its teaching-learning methods. These include lectures, problem-based learning, task-based learning, practical classes, independent learning, clinical skills sessions, virtual learning and clinical training with patient contact at the public and private hospitals in Cyprus.

The early exposure of students to clinical experiences emphasises the importance of the basic sciences to its clinical application and serves to stimulate students’ interest in medicine. Also, it allows students to further develop professional communication skills and to view the whole patient and not just the illnesses he or she suffers from.

This clinical exposure to real-life patients starts as early as the first year of study. Students will have patient contact at hospitals as approved by the Ministry of Health,including private and state-run hospitals throughout Cyprus and particularly the Larnaca General Hospital

Entry Requirements

3 A-Levels: ABB, to include Biology and either Chemistry, Maths or Physics;

IB at 26, to include science subjects.

Scottish Students are required to have a SQC with 2 Advanced Highers and at least 4 Highers. Subjects to include Biology and at least one of Biology, Chemistry or Physics

Leaving Certificate with an average at A Grade, including A grades in Biology plus either Chemistry, Physics or Maths



Yes: Letter of Motivation

15 September