St George’s University of London Taster Courses

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St George’s University of London Taster Courses

St George’s University of London Taster Courses

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Course PhotoThe Taste of Medicine Spring School will give students the opportunity to visit the campus and halls of residence and find out what’s involved in studying this subject at university.

Students will have the chance to take part in clinical skills sessions, allowing them to practically experience what being a doctor involves. Student will also get to hear from and speak to current doctors at St George’s hospital and tour the departments they work in.
There will also be information provided about how to maximise your chances of getting a place on this competitive degree, and the chance to speak to current students about what studying Medicine is really like.
Before applying, please ensure you have read the “Course Requirements” section below.

Application deadline: 5pm, Wednesday 1 February 2017

Course Duration: Monday 3 April to Thursday 6 April 2017, 9.30am – 4.30pm

How to apply: Applications to this taster course have closed. You can still apply to the repeated A Taste of Medicine Summer School taster courses taking place in July. See here for details

Course Date: 03 Apr 2017

Duration: Four days (9.30am – 4.30pm)

Subject area/s: Medicine

Course Requirements: This taster course is ONLY open to students who are:

1) in year 12
2) achieved a minimum of 416 tariff points (A* – 58, A – 52, B – 46, C – 40, D – 34, E – 28) in their top 8 GCSE’s (equivalent to an average of grade A) which include English Language (minimum grade B), Maths, and Dual Award or Single Sciences
3) currently taking at least 3 AS Levels, including Biology and Chemistry, and anticipate achieving A grades at A2 level, OR taking the International Baccalaureate and expect to achieve overall score 36, Higher Level: a combined score of 18, with a minimum score of 6 in Biology and/or Chemistry, Standard Level: grade 5 or above in Mathematics and English if not studied to HL, grade 6 or above in SL Biology or Chemistry if not studied to HL.
Please note: Priority will be given to applicants who meet one or more of the following criteria (on top of the above):
i. Have lived, or are currently living, under local authority care
ii. Have a disability iii. Eligible for free school meals
iv. Have no parental history of Higher Education

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