Why Study Graduate Entry Medicine in the UK with personalised learning (online or on-campus)?
No entry exams
From 7000 per year
Available due to Covid-19
Up to the last 3 years
- The 4-Year Graduate Entry Medicine Programme is a rigorous, accelerated course that enables you to complete the medicine programme in four years rather than six.
- Applicants must fulfil the pre-requisite of a Bachelor’s Degree (BSc) in a science-related field such as Biomedical Science and the graduate programme begins in the third year of the six-year course for a globally-recognised Doctor of Medicine qualification.
- Your graduate studies at New Vision University UK will be structured into pre-clinical and clinical years preparing you for your work as a qualified medical doctor upon graduation.
- During your first year of study, the pre-clinical year, you have the option of studying online for up to the full 12 months (temporarily available due to Covid-19) or you can also study on-campus at New Vision University, Georgia.
- During Years Two to Four, you will complete your clinical rotations and lectures with professors and experienced medical consultants at British and Georgian hospitals.
- Online study is offered for up to one year for graduate medicine students.
- Students have flexibility for the completion of their pre-clinical studies: you can study online for up to your first year of the 4-Year Graduate Programme or you can study on-campus at Tbilisi, Georgia.
- If you are studying online, you will be able to tailor your studies to your personal needs and this option also offers reduced tuition costs.
- Online studies involve pre-recorded lectures, interactive live classes with lecturers, Question Banks for theoretical knowledge testing, and digital textbooks.
- After the first year of pre-clinical studies, you will complete Years Two to Four of clinical studies and hospital rotations in the UK and Georgia, depending on class availability.
- This is a temporary study option to Covid-19.
- New Vision University currently offers a four-year programme for graduate students who already have a Bachelor’s degree.
- The 4-Year Graduate Entry Medicine Programme is divided into pre-clinical and clinical years. The pre-clinical year takes place at the NVU campus in Georgia. During the clinical years, students will go to lectures while also performing clinical rotations at British and Georgian Hospitals.
- You can tailor the course to meet your specific needs, so you will have greater flexibility in terms of tuition fees and the programme itself.
- The NVU is well-staffed and is equipped with state-of-the-art labs and medical equipment.
- Intakes for this programme take place in October and March.
- The university has developed excellent relationships with a network of NHS Hospitals in the UK who allow NVU students to make use of their premises and local staff of consultants (senior doctors). These same university hospitals teach students from UK medical schools.
- Upon graduation from either programme, the student will receive an MD degree.
- New Vision University is a recognised medical institution and is featured in esteemed medical directories and associations such as the WDMS and FAIMER.
Students are considered eligible for the graduate entry programme if they have completed a Bachelor of Science (or related degree such as Biomedicine, Pharmacy, Nursing etc.) at a university in the UK, Europe, or outside the UK with this degree assessed by SME.Applications are also comprised of the following information:
- An application which includes the following details: bio, education history and course for which you are applying.
- A copy of your secondary education results with subjects studied.
- Documents from your home country confirming that you are authorised to study in Georgia.
- Two small photos of 4-5cm.
- UK universities have a long history of providing top-quality medical education and are known as global leaders in the field of medicine.
- You now have the opportunity to study for a medical degree in the UK through New Vision University (NVU), a Georgian-based University.
- You will have the opportunity to attend lectures and clinical rotations at NHS University Hospitals.
- By completing your degree in the UK, students will have a much better chance of securing employment in the UK.