Talk RSVP: Getting into Medical School through 1-Year Fast Track A-level Program at ARCH


Do you have what it takes to do medicine – the most revered discipline synonymous with intense competition and outstanding grades? Does a tiny blemish in IB / AL / DSE performance condemn the chance to become a doctor? In a career where passion and devotion are just as important, ARCH is proud to partner with St. George's University (SGU) School of Medicine in Grenada and Northumbria to seek out the next generation of fervent doctors. It is our belief that grades should not be an impediment or the pure determinant to a successful medical career.

Join us and representatives from our partner SGU to learn more about the first-ever Medicine Foundation Program in Hong Kong. This revolutionary pathway grants students a direct entry into the medicine MD program, laying the foundation for a prosperous career as a licensed doctor in the UK and the US.

*CLICK HERE for more program details.


Date: Aug 17 (Sat)
Time: 10:00 - 11:30am
Venue: ARCH Education
2/F Wilson House, 19-27 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong Kong


About St. George's University  

More than 40 years ago, St. George’s University pioneered the concept of international medical education and remains at the forefront of educating students to meet the demands of the modern practice of medicine. Its 16,000-plus graduate physicians have practiced in over 50 countries around the world. SGU students who took the USMLE 1 for the first time in 2018 achieved a 96% pass rate, with those students hailing from 49 countries across five continents. The opportunity for students to study basic sciences in the UK or Grenada, during which they experience a multitude of healthcare systems, enables them to practice medicine across all specialties with a global perspective.  

St. George’s University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with ARCH Education. The agreement establishes a pathway for students of ARCH to transfer to and complete either the six-, five- or four-year MD or DVM program at SGU’s School of Medicine or School of Veterinary Medicine, depending on which courses they have already taken.

Throughout the term of the relationship, SGU has also agreed to provide up to five scholarships per year to ARCH students who are eligible for admission through one of the established pathways.