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St George's Hospital Medical School 4.2 / 16 reviews
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I am really enjoying studying Physiotherapy at St. Georges University of London. I have enjoyed the structure of 2nd year and so far 3rd year that it is a mixture between placement and academic study every 5 weeks. I enjoy getting out into practice to put my knowledge into practice. There is a nice mixture between assignments and group projects and exams throughout the 3 years of the course. 

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I am really enjoying studying Physiotherapy at St. Georges University of London. I have enjoyed the structure of 2nd year and so far 3rd year that it is a mixture between placement and academic study every 5 weeks. I enjoy getting out into practice to put my knowledge into practice. There is a nice mixture between assignments and group projects and exams throughout the 3 years of the course. 

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The university is very small which has good and bad points. It is good because you get to know people a little easier. The location of the university in my opinion is not that great but it is bearable; halls to university is approximately 20minutes walk. The course is quite full on so be prepared!

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PT2014
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The module content is good and covers a multitude of bases and enables you to reflect on practice and think about communication and the physiotherapist's role. The lectures are interesting but not very formative, they are quite aimless. The coursework is quite interesting and allows you to explore topics and areas you are particularly interested in, however, there is alot of it (if you're not used to writing lots of essays); the placements are good because it is nice to get some practical experience and hands on; the opportunity to work in an MDT. There are no exams. The support on placement is very good and the visiting tutors are a real help.

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BMSIC026
Anonymous

Development and Disease (D&D) is a module which encompasses both depth and breadth across many aspects of medicine and research. The course is focussed on human development with experimental models of mouse, chick and zebrafish also explored. The module explores different aspects of development, with highly acclaimed internal and external researchers, from ear development to limb budding. There is also teaching of the models which have been used to experiment and carry out these findings with inclusion of the most recent and groundbreaking research in the field. There are additional laboratory sessions which allow you the opportunity to examine real specimens at various stages and with different structures highlighted through transgenics. The module also explores the different ways in which development can go wrong and the consequences of these from Down's syndrome through to cancer. Assessment is through a oral presentation on a relevant field with an end of module exam composed of short answer questions and essays.

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BMSIC003
Anonymous

This course was absolutely amazing! The lecturers where brilliant and great researchers in their field. This module also really compliments other modules such as biology of cancer, etc. the resources provide are great with past papers ranging back to 2001! There is no excuse not to get excellent marks with so much material provided

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CAC6028Y
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In fourth year you have a 6 week medicine placement. I was on diabetes and endocrine medicine. Unfortunately the ward had to make way for the geriatric patients who couldn't fit anywhere else in the hospital so I didn't get to see many endocrine patients on the ward. However there was a chance to in clinic. Going on call in the hospital was very useful, seeing patients in the acute setting helps improve your examination skills and deductions based on clinical signs.

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Anonymous

Course content is good, covers whole spectrum of practice; good placements and tutor support. Some modules are quite ineffective, but the core modules are very good. The teaching is good, the forms of assessment are broad, however, there are quite a lot of essays.

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Anonymous

Course content is extensive, covering both systems biology and cellular biology with practical and clinical applications. The teaching is well structured and carried out to a high standard. Examination is through end of semester exams, synoptic exams and anatomy exams. There are also coursework elements in the form of lab reports and library review projects. The course provides a good basis for all future careers and has been thoroughly enjoyable. In addition there is a limited option to switch to medicine for those who wish and there are ample opportunities to explore and try other careers in a variety of research fields with some of the top researchers in the country and worldwide.

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Clinical years are great! Learning from previous years starts taking form and making sense by observing it in real life situations! Being at a university that is also a hospital mean the patient contact if absolutely great, there are always opportunities to improve your skills and medical knowledge

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