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Health Sciences

Graduate Medicine

Master's in Medicine [Graduate Programme] MBBS

4 years

€27500 pa

Programme profile

This degree is awarded by St George's, University of London. St George's 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.

Your course will be structured around problem-based learning (PBL), a method that presents you every week with a scenario or case history that you explore with a facilitator. PBL was chosen as the main learning method for the MBBS course due to the evidence indicating that it encourages learning in context, self-motivation, and active learning and thinking, rather than regurgitation. PBL also assists the development of a wide range of skills, such as problem-solving, communication, attitudinal, interpersonal, teamwork and leadership.

By covering the knowledge-base needed to understand different aspects of each problem, you will gradually acquire everything you need to practise medicine. Small groups of students learn together in their own ‘base room' with a designated tutor who is available to meet regularly and guide your studies.

Students enrolled in this programme at enjoy state-of-the-art learning facilities, the same as those used by their counterparts in London, coupled with community clinical experiences during Years 1 and 2 of the curriculum.

The first 2 years are spent studying in Cyprus, where in addition to training in the basic sciences to medicine, students will receive clinical exposure at select medical practices and medical centres. The next 2 years will be spent at our affiliated teaching hospitals: Mount Sinai and Jackson Park Hospitals in Chicago, the Sheba Medical Center in Israel, and Nicosia General Hospital in Cyprus

The main teaching hospital for the St. George’s, University of London programme at the University of Nicosia is the Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer, a university-affiliated tertiary referral hospital that serves as Israel's national medical centre in many fields.

Academic Scholarships
Academic scholarships are open to candidates who have 3.7 GPA, a First Class Honours degree or equivalent, as well as an overall 28 on the MCAT or an overall 60 on the GAMSAT

Programme content

Teaching is based around six modules:

Life Cycle
Dealing with the key processes in human procreation, development and demise.

Life Protection
Developing two interwoven concepts, the normal mechanisms which defend the human organism and community from environmental and biological attack, and the disease mechanisms which operate when these defences fail or become inappropriate

Life Support
Challenging you to tackle diseases to the heart, lungs or circulation by teaching the normal structure and workings of these vital organs, how organ malfunctions cause disease, and how medical therapies work.

Life Maintenance
Addressing the mechanisms, clinical manifestations and management of renal, gastrointestinal, liver and endocrine disorders which are either commonly encountered or illustrate important scientific or clinical issues.

Life Structure
Providing an understanding of the normal structure and function of the musculoskeletal system and skin at microscopic and macroscopic levels followed by the causes and consequences of injury and illness.

Life Control
Examining the workings of the nervous system as a whole to provide a sound scientific basis for understanding disorders of the nervous system.



Recognised by General Medical Council & Irish Medical Council

Entry Requirements

A Bachelors degree with at least a 2nd class honours or equivalent or a higher degree (e.g., MSc, MPhil or PhD) in any discipline plus GAMSAT or MKCAT score.

A Bachelors degree with at least a 2nd class honours or equivalent or a higher degree (e.g., MSc, MPhil or PhD) in any discipline plus GAMSAT or MKCAT score.




You should have worked or had voluntary experience in a medical or health-related field and be able to demonstrate a broad awareness of the scope of medicine

21 June