Students under the age of 18 cannot undertake any clinical elements of the Medicine course, which start in the second term of first year at the latest. Therefore, students must have reached the age of 18 by the start of the second term of Year 1 to be eligible to apply cialis cialis nigeria for Medicine. All offers of a place on a Medicine course for UK students are subject to a satisfactory enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check (previously called an enhanced CRB check).

Doctors, even as students and trainees, have a responsibility to be honest and open about their own health and all successful applicants are required to complete a confidential occupational health assessment. A questionnaire will be included with your offer letter and, once completed, should be returned to the University's Occupational Health Service. Your answers to the health questionnaire help to viagra viagra tanzania ensure that your medical training will not place your own or others' health at risk and determine, in terms of fitness to fulfil the requirements of the General Medical Council (GMC), your suitability to work as a doctor.

The Shanghai Community Sports Club Background

The Shanghai Community Sports Club (SCSC) formally known as Shanghai Rugby Football Club (SRFC) whose origins dates back to the latter half of the 19th Century has evolved into the most diverse Sports Club in Shanghai and now hosts almost a dozen different sports. The SCSC is a Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise, the profits of which are not distributed to the shareholders and instead reinvested in developing the Club and its facilities. The move to the new Wai Gao Qiao facility in 2011 was a significant step for the SCSC and one which required substantial initial investment as well as requiring significant ongoing financial commitments. The Club is managed by a General Manager who has a team of 30 full time staff. The General Manager reports to an Executive Committee appointed by the Life Members of the Club.  

The SCSC pays an important emphasis on integrating itself within the wider local community and in 2010 established a Not For Profit Organisation called Sport For All which is 100% focused on providing sporting opportunities for local school children. Sport For All, which reports to a separate Executive Committee, now provides structured sports coaching to over 3500 children per week and employs a full time coaching compliment of 20 professional coaches.