Our Courses for Medical Studies in Europe & UK
London Medical Academy has developed its Pre-Med courses program based on the academic requirements of the entrance exams to leading European and UK universities, to best prepare students for the entrance exams and the first year of studies.
Our industry leading full pre-med course runs a total of 21 weeks, comprising of approximately 400 lessons. The lessons take place three to four days per week. Similar to university studies, we expect self-study times to deepen the knowledge obtained during classroom lessons. During this self-study, students should do homework and assignments, prepare for tests and read the material for lessons. This will also give you a taste of university life as a medical student.
Our 21 week pre-med course covers the material required to pass the entrance exams for UK medical schools including the BMAT and UCAT tests (undergraduate entry courses) and GAMSAT test (graduate entry courses). The course also covers the material for the European medical schools including the IMAT test (undergraduate entry courses in Italy) and the MCAT test graduate entry courses in the US and some European schools). It also covers the material for the individual entrance exams for all of the medical schools in Europe with English programmes including Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland, Bulgaria and many more.
Our 12 week pre-med course is an intensive course which covers the material for the BMAT and UCAT tests (UK undergraduate entry courses), GAMSAT test (UK graduate entry courses), IMAT test (undergraduate entry courses in Italy) and the individual entrance exams for some of the medical schools in Europe with English programmes.
LMA Scholarship Programme (for UK residents only)
London Medical Academy wants to ensure that everyone who is serious about studying general medicine, veterinary medicine, and dentistry is able to do so, so therefore we offer a scholarship programme that discounts 50% from the tuition fees. Students who apply for the scholarship programme will be assessed on their academic school records and their parents economic status.