A Bachelors degree with at least a 2nd class honours or equivalent or a higher degree (e.g., MSc, MPhil or PhD) in any discipline.
You should have worked or had voluntary experience in a medical or health-related field and be able to demonstrate a broad awareness of the scope of medicine.
You must have attained a satisfactory score in the Graduate Australian Medical School Admission Test (GAMSAT) or the Medical College Admission Test (MCAT). Please see the GAMSAT or MCAT websites for further details (GAMSAT or www.aamc.org/students/applying/mcat/).
If you get an interview to study medicine at the St George's programme in Nicosia, it will be a structured session lasting 40 minutes. Depending on your location, you might be interviewed in person, or the interview may be conducted through a video conference. In person interviews for the selected candidates will be scheduled in various locations around the world, including Nicosia, Athens, London, Tel Aviv, New York, Chicago and Toronto.
The goal of the interview is to find out if there is more to you than your grades. Of course, your academic performance is important, but so is your potential to behave professionally in your chosen field. So we'll be looking for academic ability and intellect, empathy, initiative and resilience, communication skills, organisational and problem-solving skills, team-work, insight and integrity and effective learning style.
You must undergo satisfactory health and police screening, including a screen for and immunisation against Hepatitis B.