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Why Study Medicine in the UK (Derby Campus)?

Admission

No entry exams

Tuition fees

From $5250 per year

Undergraduate Entry

6-year course

Intake

October & March

Graduate Entry

4-year course



Clinical Rotations

Up to the last 3 years

+What is the 6-Year Undergraduate Medicine Course?

This programme offers students the opportunity to graduate with a medical degree choosing either the UK Campus Route or BSc route.

UK Campus Route
  • This programme enables students to study on-campus in the UK at a modern medical school.
  • The UK Campus route involves pre-clinical modules at modern tertiary campuses in the UK and Georgia then clinical rotations at British and Georgian hospitals.
  • Students study on-campus in Derby in the UK for two years with lectures, training with medical equipment, and laboratories, then the third pre-clinical year is studied on-campus in Georgia.
  • Undergraduate students then progress to clinical study modules for the final three years of their course with lectures and practical modules in hospitals and medical facilities.
  • Students will complete the majority of the studies in Georgia.

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BSc Route
  • For the first three pre-clinical years, students complete a BSc degree at an accredited university (in the UK, the EU, or a non-EU country) in a science-related field such as Nursing, Pharmacy, Biomedical Science, etc.
  • During each Summer, students will spend two months studying medical modules at the New Vision University (NVU) Georgian or UK campus.
  • The final three years of the 6-Year Course involves on-campus clinical study including lectures and hospital rotations.
  • Graduates from NVU UK are highly regarded for their experience in NHS hospitals and are qualified with a global medical license; alumni currently work in the UK, Europe, Australia, Canada and more.
  • Students will complete the majority of the studies in Georgia.

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+What is the 4-Year Graduate Entry Medicine Course?
  • Students who study this course have flexible study options to support their personal needs.
  • Admission to the graduate course requires a Bachelor’s Degree (BSc) in a science-related area such as Biomedical Science. This degree is assessed with prior learning by SME as part of the application process.
  • The course consists of one year pre-clinical modules studied on-campus in the UK then students will complete three years of clinical training.
  • For Years Two to Four, students complete their practical modules and attend on-campus lectures as well as clinical rotations at hospitals and medical facilities.
  • Students will complete the majority of the studies in Georgia.

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+What are the UK Campus Study Options?
  • UK Campus pre-clinical studies will be offered in the UK with New Vision University (NVU).
  • NVU has secured a 44,000 sq. ft. building in Derby that is being converted to a modern UK Campus with medical learning facilities including scientific laboratories, training equipment and teaching spaces.
  • The building will be ready for students in the second half of 2021.
+What Universities Offer Medicine in the UK
  • You now have the opportunity to study for a medical degree either fully or partly in the UK through New Vision University (NVU), a Georgian-based University.
  • New Vision University is a recognised medical institution and is featured in esteemed medical directories and associations such as the WDMS and FAIMER.
  • The Georgian campus of New Vision University features state-of-the-art labs and medical equipment and are staffed with the finest teaching professionals.

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+What are the Undergraduate Entry Requirements?

Applicants must provide the following information:

  1. An application which includes the following details: bio, education history and course for which you are applying.
  2. A copy of your secondary education results with subjects studied.
  3. Documents from your home country confirming that you are authorised to study in Georgia.
  4. Two small photos of 4-5cm.
+What are the Graduate Entry Requirements?

The 4-Year Graduate Entry Programme is only open to students who have completed a Bachelor of Science (or related science degree such as Nursing, Pharmacy, Biomedicine etc.) at a university in the UK, Europe, or outside the UK with these academic transcripts assessed as part of the application process.

Applicants must also provide the following information:

  1. An application which includes the following details: bio, education history and course for which you are applying.
  2. A copy of your secondary education results with subjects studied.
  3. Documents from your home country confirming that you are authorised to study in Georgia.
  4. Two small photos of 4-5cm.
+Medical Council Requirements for Recognising Medical Degrees
  • Many of the world’s Medical Councils require that the Medical School that awarded the Doctor of Medicine degree (MD) be listed on the World Directory of Medical Schools (WDMS).
  • Additionally, each region has its own requirements:
    • UK
      • The General Medical Council (GMC) expects a medical degree to have a minimum 5,500 Clock Hours over a minimum period of three years.
    • USA
      • The Educational Commission For Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) requires a medical degree to have a minimum duration of four years.
    • Australia
      • The Australian Medical Council (AMC) maintains an additional database of Recognised Medical Schools.
      • It also requires a medical degree to have a minimum duration of four years.
+Why Study Medicine in the UK?
  • The UK has a long history of providing top-quality medical education and has an established reputation as global leaders in the field of medicine.
  • 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.
+Is Online Study Offered?
  • Online studies (distance learning studies), are not currently recognised by any of the world’s Medical Councils.
  • Online study is not offered as a study option.
  • In the UK, the General Medical Council (GMC), requires the following for international medicine:
    • A minimum of 5,500 Clock Hours.
    • Clock hours consist only of Lectures, Tutorials (Seminars) and Clinical Training.
    • This does not include Distance Learning, Exams or Individual Work.
  • In the US, the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG):
    • Approves medical schools that have a physical campus, and,
    • Whose main educational operations are conducted in the country of registration.
  • When medical graduates apply for registration, all Medical Councils assess the evidence of studies, including online study:
    • Students are advised to have a formal explanation prepared, if requested, including evidence and exception documentation for online studies completed during Covid-19.
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