About the University
The Medical School opened in 1970 as part of the QMC (Queen’s Medical Centre) and was the first to be established in the UK in the 20th century. Major investments have been made to provide modern, high quality facilities.
It is located adjacent to University Park, across the busy A52. The two campuses are linked by a pedestrian footbridge giving easy access to the University Park facilities.
The Medical School is used by many of our medicine and health sciences students (midwifery and nursing), and by those studying on our life sciences courses (biochemistry and neurosciences).The Medical School also houses the Clinical Skills Centre, labs, lecture rooms, seminar rooms, a resource room, a dissection suite and the Greenfield Medical library.
Applicant has to draw an application to the Rector of University for enrollment of studies in the University.
The candidate should fill the application form including full name, permanent address, Date of Birth, citizenship, permanent address, phone number.
After getting an invitation letter, the candidate has to apply for a student visa in the Ukrainian embassy of the respective country.
The candidate must carry original copy of documents.
Candidate has to deposit admission fees at the time of the admission process.