ScotGEM is designed to develop doctors interested in a career as a generalist practitioner within NHS Scotland, with a focus on rural medicine and healthcare improvement. It offers a unique and innovative 4-year graduate entry medical programme tailored to meet the contemporary and future needs of the NHS in Scotland.
The course will capitalise on the existing strengths of medical teaching in the Universities of Dundee and St Andrews and our local health boards in Fife and Tayside. In addition, our collaboration with NHS Highland, NHS Dumfries and Galloway and the University of Highlands and Islands will enable us to develop a truly distinctive programme offering training that is ideal for those interested in a career as a generalist practitioner. This includes offering extended opportunities to train in remote and rural areas. The ScotGEM programme will be tailored to the specific needs of graduates, taking account of the experience acquired during their initial degree.
See the University prospectus for more information on this course
2021 entry requirements:
A 2:1 Honours degree in Arts or Science. You must also have Higher Chemistry at B plus English and Maths at National 5 at B.
Up-to date study skills are required. You must have undertaken academic study in the last 3 years prior to entry to ScotGEM.
GAMSAT and SJTace tests must be completed in year of application. Interviews will follow a Multiple Mini Interview format and will be conducted at the University of Dundee.
Faculty of Medicine