A day with St. George’s, University of London

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With programs ranging from medicine (including nursing) and biomedical science to radiography and physiotherapy, St. George’s, University of London (SGUL) is a top-notch place to go. With the hospital right next to the university,  there are ample opportunities to roll up your sleeves and get the hands-on experience you need to kickstart your career in the health sciences.

Here at SMUS we are delighted to be hosting Kenton Lewis, one of the university admissions officers on Monday, October 4. He will be able to give you an thorough overview of studying in these fields in the UK, including the application and admission processes, and plenty of inside information on SGUL and on what the university is looking for in the applications.

He is going to offer three different opportunities for students on Monday, October 4:

Lunch in CR 123: a general presentation on applying to the UK and about SGUL, in particular.

Period 5 in CR 123: open to all grade 11 and 12 students who are interested in hearing specifics about the hands-on interview process for the medical program, called the MMI, used by SGUL as well as by many universities in Canada and in the UK. This is a great opportunity to find out how this process works, whether you intend to apply this year or down the road. It is very different from your typical panel interview and this workshop is a unique chance to become acquainted with it.

7pm in the Copeland Lecture Theatre: A general presentation open to all Victoria-area students and parents about applying to the UK and about SGUL.

Plan to attend one or all of these sessions!

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Alison McCallum
Alison McCallum is Head of University Counselling at SMUS and one of the Academic Advisors.

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