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CATS University Foundation Programme provides a pathway to medicine and healthcare

University preparation 27 February 2019

St George's, University of London, a specialist medicine and healthcare university now accepts the CATS University Foundation Programme for the majority of their undergraduate degrees.



Training medical and healthcare professionals for over 250 years and the UK's only university dedicated to medicine and healthcare sciences, St George's provide a world-class multi-professional health sciences education that equips graduates to meet today's healthcare needs through relevant scientific research, clinical excellence, strong interpersonal skills and team-based working. Sharing a clinical environment with a major London teaching hospital, St George's innovative approach to education results in well-rounded, highly skilled clinicians, scientists, and health and social care professionals as featured on the award winning TV show '24 Hours in A & E'.

The CATS Foundation Programme is now accepted by St George’s, University of London for the following degrees:

 

CATS UFP entry requirement

UFP subjects required

Multi mini interview?

Biomedical Science

ABB

Chemistry and Biology. The ‘A’ must be in Chemistry or Biology

No

Clinical Pharmacology

ABB

Chemistry or Biology. The ‘A’ does not have to be in the Science subject

No

Physiotherapy

ABB

Any. A Science is not essential. Personal statement and motivation for studying the course held in very high regard

Yes

Occupational Therapy

BBB

Any. A Science is not essential. Personal statement and motivation for studying the course held in very high regard

Yes

Diagnostic Radiography

BBB

Must study at least one of the following: Chemistry, Biology or Physics

Yes

Therapeutic Radiography

BBB

Must study at least one of the following: Chemistry, Biology or Physics

Yes

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