Professional facilities for degree students
Biomedical Science BSc (Hons) students will develop key research and practical skills in professional science labs.
And International Graduate Medicine (MBBS4) and International Medicine (BSc/MBBS6) students will utilise clinical laboratories to help perfect medical skills in a safe environment. This includes taking blood pressure and pulse rates, checking for vital signs, and resuscitation techniques.
For more advanced practice, the simulation centre is home to computer-controlled manikins that accurately replicate a range of medical conditions including heart failure and lung problems.
An optional one-day surgical skills course, run by the Royal College of Surgeons, enables you to practise removing cysts and lesions, suturing, hand-tying, and administering local anesthetics in a state-of-the-art, artificial setting.
You'll also be able to use unique on-site dissection facilities for self-directed study. This includes making use of cadaveric material, models, 3D reconstruction and plastinated specimens.
You can also train alongside St George's anatomy demonstrators and more experienced students as part of our peer tutor scheme.