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WHY CHOOSE BSMS?

At BSMS we combine proven, traditional methods with the latest innovations in teaching and research.

There are few medical schools quite like us. We believe in an integrated, practical approach to studying medicine with early patient contact in GP surgeries and hospitals. Anatomy is taught by full cadaveric dissection, allowing you to turn theory into reality. General practice and the core values of the NHS are at the heart of our curriculum, and our research-active tutors weave the latest insights into everything you learn.

Our standards are high but our approach is friendly. We are small enough for you to know everyone on your course and each tutor by name. The door is always open; you are part of a team.

At BSMS, we combine proven, traditional methods with the latest innovations in teaching and research.

There are few medical schools quite like us. We believe in an integrated, practical approach to studying medicine, with early patient contact in GP surgeries and hospitals. Anatomy is taught by full cadaveric dissection, allowing you to turn theory into reality. General practice is at the heart of our curriculum, and our research-active tutors weave the latest insights into everything you learn.

Our standards are high but our approach is friendly. We are small enough for you to know everyone on your course and each tutor by name. The door is always open; you are part of a team.

MEDICAL RESEARCH BUILDING AND TRAFFORD CENTRE

BSMS' state-of-the-art Medical Research Building and Trafford Centre on Sussex campus provide an outstanding resource for around 70 medical research scientists, working on cell signalling, developmental biology, neuro-inflammation, human genetics, cancer, infection and immunity.

MEDICAL RESEARCH BUILDING AND TRAFFORD CENTRE

The laboratories include facilities for:

Molecular biology
Tissue culture
Drosophila growth
Advanced microscopy
Flow cytometry (Becton Dickinson LSR II)
Cell sorting (Becton Dickinson Aria II)
Histology
Phlebotomy
Containment (level 2 and 3 labs)
Biobanking (-80⁰C and liquid nitrogen)

Entry Requirements:

1. Healthy
2. Non-criminal record
3. Non-Chinese citizen
4. Minimum with an educational background equal to high school graduation in China.
5. Language: valid TOEFL or IELTS scores– minimum 93 /237 / 580 for TOEFL, or 6.0 for IELTS, or certificates that can prove the applicant’s English language proficiency.

Application Materials:

1. Photocopy of valid passport
2. Passport photo
3. High school academic transcript
4. High school graduate certificate

Our course is split into three phases.

PHASE 1: YEARS 1 – 2

Your academic and clinical studies will primarily be based at the Universities of Brighton and Sussex Falmer campuses, using purpose-built teaching facilities including a modern anatomy laboratory, small and large group teaching spaces, clinical science laboratories and IT resource suites.
The academic year is organised into three terms of approximately 10 weeks each. About 25% of your learning at this stage will be clinically based and will include gaining experience in hospitals and primary and community care.
Developing clinical skills from day one
You will carry out two individual family studies - in year 1 with a family looking after a new baby, and in year 2, by observing a patient with a chronic illness. You will start to develop clinical skills in history taking, physical examination, diagnosis and effective communication with patients in a classroom setting. At the same time, you will study the normal and abnormal functioning of the human body using a system-based approach. You will complete a series of integrated modules, which cover the core biomedical and psychosocial sciences that every doctor must know, together with student selected components (SSCs) that allow you to undertake individual studies and explore selected topics in depth, informed by the latest research.

PHASE 2: YEARS 3 - 4

The academic year
The teaching year is extended to about 45 weeks, with short breaks at Christmas and Easter and a longer break in the summer.
Year 3
starts with a six-week course introducing you to clinical medicine as it is practised in secondary care. Then, at the heart of year 3, there are four eight-week, ward-based attachments in the teaching hospitals of the Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust. These attachments are in medicine, surgery, reproductive and child health, mental health and elderly care.
Year 4
begins with an eight-week clinical elective, offering you the opportunity to experience medical practice in a cultural and clinical setting completely different from your training hospitals. Recent destinations have included India, Cambodia, Peru, Jamaica, Australia and the Solomon Islands.
Year 3
Weekly teaching sessions on the scientific basis of medicine throughout year 3 provide an opportunity for you to build on the core knowledge gained in years 1 and 2. You will learn about cutting-edge developments in areas such as genetics, immunology, infectious diseases and therapeutics. You will be supported by a clinical academic tutor for years 3 to 5.
You will also extend your experience through several short attachments in specialist areas selected from a range of options. You can choose to deepen your understanding in specific areas already covered in your main attachments, or to broaden it to include topics such as complementary medicine or humanities. Recent options have included genetic blood disorders, how to investigate patients with infection, doctor–patient communication and the neuropsychology of ecstasy. Your selections may also include research internships.

PHASE 3: YEAR 5

The academic year
The year begins with a series of placements lasting 24 weeks,in Medicine, Elderly Medicine, Surgery, Mental Health, Primary Care, Obstetrics and Gynaecology and Paediatrics. This is followed by a period of guided revision leading to the Finals examinations in April.
After Finals, you have a holiday followed by a 6-week Emergency Medicine and Preparation for Practice block, which comprises teaching and experience to enable you to be most effective as a foundation doctor. This block includes a period of student-selected clinical experience, and shadowing a foundation doctor as preparation for Foundation Year 1 training.
Learning throughout year 5 is supported by a 24-week seminar programme and a web-based e-learning module enabling self-assessment and guidance in a wide variety of clinical and professional topics. Throughout the year you will develop your clinical skills through patient contact and by using clinical skills laboratories and simulators.
The student-organised clinical experience block in year 5 will give you an insight into areas of clinical practice not covered in the core curriculum and prepare you for a wide variety of career opportunities, including general practice or specialisation as a hospital consultant.

FEES AND FINANCE

Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (BM BS) 2015-2016 fees


For applicants starting in September 2016 UK and EU students £9,000 per year.

Channel Islands and Isle of Man students £19,000 per year (with any possible rises in subsequent years capped at 5% per year)

International students (non UK and EU) £28,000 per year (these fees will be fixed throughout your study)

Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (BM BS) fees

For applicants starting in September 2016

Roots Education provides two kinds of application methods for international candidates to study English medium MBBS programs at China’s universities. They can choose the quick and convenient online application system or the traditional offline application route-Apply via Email.

Online Application Procedures

To complete the online application process, you need to follow the four main sections below:

1. Click ‘Apply Now’ button on this page and login, if didn’t have the account, register first.

2. Fill out the online application form with real and correct informaiton, including personal information, education background, language proficiency, etc.

If you’re not sure how to fill out the form, please check if there are any instructions behind the blank.

3. Upload the required application materials

Please upload photocopies of required application materials according to the university’s admissions criteria.
All the materials should be MS-Word (.doc), Adobe PDF (.pdf) documents, image files (.gif, .jpg), or compression files (.rar, .zip). Each file cannot exceed 8 MB (megabytes)

4. Make payment

Students who choose Western Union or Bank transfer as their payment method need to upload the payment receipt after you wire the money at the post office or bank.

5. Submit application

Please submit your application once the application fee is confirmed by Roots Education. To submit your application, please access My Roots Education-> My Applications by logging in Roots Education, click ‘Continue’ at ‘Application Status’ column, and go to the ‘Submit Application’ section. You will see a big ‘Submit’ button. Click the button and your application will be sent directly to the university.

Once you’ve submitted your application, please wait 2-4 weeks for the university to process your application. Once the university has made a decision, Roots Education will notify you by email. You can also track your application status by logging into your Roots Education account.

Offline Application Procedures

The steps for ‘Apply via Email’ are as follows:

1. Choose a MBBS program;
2. Click “Apply via Email” to download the fillable application form and documents;
3. Open forms in MS Word and fill in required information electronically, please make sure the information is accurate and correct to receive your JW 202 form;
4. Send us the completed form and other required application materials;
5. Pay the Application Fee and Roots Education Processing Fee, keep the receipt;
6. Send us the copy of receipt, and the school will process your application once receiving your bank receipt;
7. Check your application process via email periodically, and track with your admission status;
8. Wait for your admission notice from Roots Education within 5 workdays, and the JW 202 form will send to you in 2-6 weeks;
Email Address for MBBS Application: info@rootseducation.in

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