January 6, 2014
Article by Global Pre-Meds
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The School of Medicine offers a comprehensive education and training portfolio, ranging from undergraduate courses in medicine and for allied health fields, to graduate training and research courses. As a part of a multi-faculty, highly diverse learning institution, students at the school benefit from some distinctive study options encompassing social and natural sciences and the humanities.
With the 2008 launch of the innovative King’s Health Partners programme, the School is working closer than ever before with its NHS partners to achieve excellence in teaching, research and clinical service.
King’s College School Of Medicine is the single largest centre for healthcare training across Europe. It has more than 10,000 students studying various healthcare training courses and health sciences courses. At the school there are training programmes for training doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, dentists and pharmacists as well as rigorous advanced scientific programmes in biosciences at the undergraduate level and post graduate level.
Undergraduate courses include Medicine (MBBS), Dentistry (BDS), Pharmacy (MPharm), Physiotherapy, Nutrition and Dietetics, Nursing and Biomedical Sciences.
For the postgraduate courses, each of the Health Schools offer a varied range of professional development programmes including some exceptional and award winning programmes.
Students interested in attending King’s College School Of Medicine have to submit their applications apply through the online application service UCAS. Once the school has received your application from UCAS you will receive automatically generated login details for King’s online application tracking service where you can upload documents, check the status of your application and send the school messages.
The deadline for submitting applications to the UCAS is 15th January across all Nursing and Biomedical Sciences applications. For Medicine and Dentistry applications the deadline is 15 October. Any applications sent after these deadlines are considered late and are only considered for review if there are places still available on the programme after all the on-time applications are processed.