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Sotiris Demosthenous graduated from the 4-year MBBS Medical Programme, offered by UNIC in partnership with St George’s, University of London. He is currently doing his General Practice Training in the Oxford Deanery.
4 – Year MBBS Degree
The St George’s, University of London MBBS Programme at the University of Nicosia Medical School provides a firm foundation on which to build a career in the global healthcare sector.
Master of Science in Family Medicine (MScFM)
A truly unique programme to receive a Master (MSc) in Family Medicine for practicing clinicians.
Master Degree in Public Health (MPH)
Students acquire knowledge and skills for managing current and emerging global public health challenges: climate change, armed conflict, forced migration, as well as pandemics.
Master of Science in Health Services Administration (MScHSA)
A Master’s degree which prepares students for leadership positions in the rapidly growing field of health services.
What Our Students Say
This programme has broadened my scope and has given depth to my understanding of family medicine and its practice. It has helped me develop a reflective, empathetic and structured communication pattern with my patients. The access to high quality resource materials, the student friendly approach, and the supportive distinguished tutors are only a few of the advantages of this programme.
Dr Daniel Unegbu, MSc in FM, 2019 cohort
The University of Nicosia was my first choice when deciding to purse a Master’s degree. I like the flexibility the programme offers full-time working professionals such as myself. The experience is enhanced through online interactive lectures and tutorials. An added bonus is that the programme is taught in English which made it especially appealing to me given my educational background.
Stephanie Zeitouni, MPH, Class of 2022
UNIC Medical School is well-known as one of the few universities in Europe that uses cadavers as an educational aid. Medical students will also have the opportunity to experience early clinical years, which will allow them to become competent doctors.
Waleed Yassir Abbas Salim, MD, Class of 2027, Sudan
Since I started my MD programme, I have enjoyed its student-friendly and multicultural atmosphere, modern equipment and supportive staff. The clinic-oriented approach widely provided by experienced professors from the very first year deserves a separate mention and distinguishes this medical school from others.