The Medical School Careers Office is pleased to announce that, based on employment records, out of a total of 752 Medical School graduates (2015 – 2022), 751 or 99.9%, have been offered positions at over 300 medical centres around the world for residency training and research.

For the MD programme graduates, this year is marked by the first US Residency match in New York, an F2 allocation at John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, UK, and a Nuclear Medicine post in Thessaloniki, Greece.

The highlights for the graduates of the MBBS programme include the first Residency match in Orthopaedic Surgery in Thunder Bay, Northern Ontario, Canada; an increase in Licenced Residency matches now covering 29 US states, and two places at the competitive Specialised (Academic) Foundation Programme in the UK.
Placements to date are scattered around more than 16 countries, including the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, France, Germany, Switzerland, Malta, Greece, Cyprus, Israel, Iceland, Lebanon, Jamaica, and the United Arab Emirates.

They include world-renowned medical centres such as Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge, John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford and, in London, St Mary’s Hospital, King’s College Hospital, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital and University College Hospital. Other notable institutions taking UNIC Medical School graduates include Harvard Medical School in Boston, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, Mount Sinai in New York, the University of Toronto and Dalhousie University in Canada, and the Sheba Medical Center and Hadassah University Medical Center in Israel.

Careers & Alumni Manager Ms Sue Chrysostomou said ‘the employability rate of our graduates continues to improve despite the ongoing challenges caused by the pandemic and Brexit. Our support system guides and coaches all students from their first year of medical education to graduation and beyond, and ensures that everyone has a clear idea of their career aspirations and how to best achieve them.’