INTO St George's, University of London medical students

Teachers

Expert teaching, for both degree and foundation students

If you choose to study an undergraduate or postgraduate degree at St George's, University of London, you'll receive expertise and support from some of the finest teaching professionals in healthcare:

If you're studying on the International Foundation in Medical, Biomedical and Health Sciences pathway programme, you'll undertake academic skills and English language leaning led by INTO St George's, University of London teachers.

Teaching at St George's, University of London

Your learning will take place in an active healthcare environment as part of one of the UK's largest teaching hospitals.

The University's professional links directly inform your curriculum. This keeps your learning at the leading-edge of today's evolving clinical practices.

Problem-based learning will bring knowledge to life, and dedicated employability sessions are incorporated into the syllabus from year one.

Students are brought together to learn from each other in the classroom and in a patient-care environment. This will prepare you for effective team-based practice essential to delivering healthcare today.

INTO teaching for International Foundation students

INTO teachers will build your confidence using English to communicate. Class assignments will develop your skills in presenting, writing essays and lab practicals, and speaking in an English language environment.

Additional workshops are run for each subject each week. This gives you a chance to informally discuss any questions with your tutors, and cover any problem areas again.

Your INTO tutors will also help develop you cultural understanding, as well as any teaching methods with which you may be unfamiliar. And you'll be assigned a mentor – who will be a student at the University – to offer you advice on adapting to new learning styles.

You'll work with INTO teachers and fellow international students in small, interactive groups. This means that your voice will be heard, your opinions will matter, and you'll be fully-engaged with your studies.

Such individual attention ensures a personal level of teaching that will help you to feel confident and supported at every stage of your learning.

INTO St George's, University of London teacher profile Cheddiann Ishmael

Cheddiann Ishmael

Academic Director

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“As the Academic Director for the INTO St George’s, University of London International Foundation, I am responsible for ensuring that all aspects of the programme are of the highest quality."

 

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