16 February 2019
ONCAMPUS UK North with partner institutions, University of Central Lancashire, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and St George’s University offer an opportunity to students to progress from the Medicine Foundation Programme, Undergraduate Foundation Programme and Life Science pathway subjects to achieve the progression criteria to a range of medicine degrees. All the students will be supported with their applications to medicine at ONCAMPUS UK North.
The programmes are offered for 3 or 4 terms and the students applying to the programmes must fulfil the academic and English language requirements. After successful completion of the progression programme, the students will be eligible to progress to a medicine or health & life sciences degree of their choice. Degrees you can progress to include MBBS, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy, Veterinary, Dentistry, Nutrition, Nursing, Biomedical Sciences or Medical Sciences.
University of Central Lancashire: Medical school offers medical training to the highest UK standards and the students benefit from state-of-the-art curriculum and facilities.
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland: The only specialist health science university in Dublin, Ireland and one of the most international in the world. 220 of the undergraduate seats are reserved for the international students each year.
St George’s University: A top centre of international education drawing students and faculty from 140 countries to Caribbean.
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