UK Foundation Programme entry for Medicine at St. George's (University of London)
An exciting opportunity has arisen for those talented International students who wish to study Medicine in the UK.
INTO Foundation Programme with St George’s, University of London.
This is to prepare international students for degree-level study at UK university medical schools. The foundation course will begin in September and is based at both the INTO London Study Centre in the City of London and at the St George’s campus.
About St George’s, University of London
SGUL, established in 1733, is distinctive as the UK’s only independent medical and healthcare higher education institution. It benefits from strong links with the healthcare profession, including a shared site with St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust in southwest London. SGUL is dedicated to the education and training of doctors, nurses, midwives, physician’s assistants, paramedics, physiotherapists, radiographers, social workers, healthcare and biomedical scientists. It attracts around 6,000 students, some of whom are taught in conjunction with Kingston University.
Research at SGUL has a UK and international focus and aims to improve prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease in areas including infection and immunity, heart disease and stroke, and cell signalling. It also aims to enhance understanding of public health and epidemiology, clinical genetics, and social care sciences.