Registered students of the IMCP/IPCP programme will study a range of subjects to prepare them for their careers in the healthcare sector. This will include subjects relating to their chosen healthcare profession within the areas of Sciences, and Language Skills.
Detailed course information is provided in the Course Handbook which is available online to students who register for the programme, during Registration/Induction.
What is a typical timetable like?
Your timetable will depend on your level of English language ability and your IMCP/IPCP stream (e.g. Medicine, Pharmacy, Nursing, Physiotherapy, Paramedics).
Students can have varying number of hours per week of Academic Language Skills (ALS/IELTS) or if they have met their requirement, you will have hours on the Advanced Language Module, the number of hours per week depends on your IELTS entrance level. See English Language Skills section for more information.