Why Choose Medical Universities in the UK?
No entry exams
Medicine: From 5250 per year
Medicine: 6-year courses
Available due to Covid-19
Medicine: Up to the last 3 years
Students enrolling at medical universities in the UK have two undergraduate medicine routes that they can study for a Doctor of Medicine (MD) qualification.
This programme consists of the following medicine study routes to choose from:
- Students can complete up to 2.5 years of their pre-clinical studies online or they can also study on-campus at a Georgian university.
- Online study is temporarily available due to Covid-19.
- Following this, students complete one semester of laboratories and medical diagnosis modules on-campus at NVU Georgia then study their final three years of lectures and clinical rotations at hospitals in the UK and Georgia.
- Students on this route will enrol in a BSc degree in a relevant science area (e.g. Pharmacy, Nursing etc.) at an accredited university based in the UK, EU or further abroad while also studying summer medical modules for two months for the first three years at NVU Georgia.
- Following this, students will commence their practical study modules including lectures and clinical rotations at British and Georgian hospitals.
- The 4-Year Graduate Programme is an accelerated course with students studying a rigorous course at renowned UK universities.
- Students enter the medicine programme in the third year of the six-year degree and are eligible to apply based on their prior Bachelor’s Degree (BSc) in a science-related area such as Biomedical Science at an accredited university.
- The graduate medicine programme at UK Universities is divided into pre-clinical and clinical years in the relevant study modules.
- In the pre-clinical year, students have flexible study options and can choose to complete up to the full first year either online or at a Georgian university campus.
- Students then complete the final three years of their medicine programme on-campus with on-campus studies including lectures and clinical rotations at medical facilities and hospitals in the UK and Georgia. Read More
- Students enrolled at medical universities in the UK are supported with flexible study options that can be tailored to their personal needs.
- Depending on their medicine programme and preferences, students are offered online or on-campus options to study pre-clinical modules.
- The following options for online study apply to each programme:
- 6-Year Undergraduate Course – up to 2.5 years
- 4-Year Graduate Course – up to one year
- After online study for the relevant period, students progress to on-campus clinical study for the remaining years of their course.
- Medicine programmes currently involve online study due to Covid-19.
- Candidates from EU and non-EU countries may apply for the undergraduate medicine programmes in the UK.
- You will not have to complete any entrance exams.
- To be eligible for graduate entry, applicants are required to hold a Bachelor of Science (BSc) degree in a science-related field such as Biomedical Science or Pharmacy.
- Candidates are not required to sit entrance exams.
- Below is a list of costs for the medicine programme:
|Fee for the Online Route (i.e. 2.5 years for 6-year programme)||4860/year (1st year: 6480)|
|Fee for the BSc Route (i.e. 2-Month Summer Study Period Online or at NVU Georgia Campus)||3,500|
|Accommodation Fees the 2-Month Summer Study Period in Georgia||500–600|
|Tuition Fees for UK-based Clinical Rotations||220–250 per ECTS|
These programmes are structured around pre-clinical and clinical years with an Online Route and a BSc Route.
- Due to Covid-19, undergraduate students can temporarily complete pre-clinical modules online or on-campus at NVU Georgia:
- 6-Year Programme – can complete up to the first 2.5 years online
Following online studies, students study one semester of laboratories and medical diagnosis modules on-campus at NVU Georgia then commence three years of clinical studies at British and Georgian hospitals.
- Students studying online have a flexible, personalised programme that involves pre-recorded lectures, interactive live-streamed lectures, question banks and more.
- During the pre-clinical years, you will students study for a BSc degree in a science-related field (e.g. Pharmacy, Biomedical Science, Nursing etc) at a university that is located in the UK, EU or in a Non-EU country. In Summer, students are also required to complete two months studying medical modules at the NVU campus in Georgia. During the clinical years, students will attend lectures and clinical rotations at British and Georgian Hospitals.
- Due to Covid-19, undergraduate students can temporarily complete the following theoretical summer modules online (or on-campus if preferred at NVU Georgia):
- 6-Year Programme – can complete summer semesters online
This programme is structured into one year of pre-clinical modules and three years of clinical rotations.
- In the pre-clinical year, students complete their studies at the NVU Georgian campus. During the clinical years, they will attend lectures and do clinical rotations at British and Georgian hospitals.
- Due to Covid-19, graduate programme students have flexible study options for their first year of theoretical modules wherein they can temporarily study online or they can study on-campus at NVU Georgia.
- Please note that intakes for these programmes take place in October and March.
- If you do not need a visa, the deadline to apply is the start of the September and February.
- Please note that the academic year is split into two semesters.
- The timetable will be structured as follows:
|Teaching Period||Early October||Late December|
|Vacation time||Late December||End December|
|Exams||Early January||Late January|
|First retake examination||Early February||Mid-February|
|Teaching Period||Early March||Early May|
|Vacation time||Early May||Mid May|
|First retake examination||Mid-June||Late June|
|SUMMER VACATION / SUMMER TRAINING PRACTICE|
|Second retake examination||Early September||Mid-September|