King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences is the only university that offers the opportunity to study for a bachelor's degree in medicine for holders of bachelor's degrees in scientific fields (science, applied medical sciences, pharmacy).
• The program is available to students in Riyadh and Jeddah.
Acceptance Conditions and Regulations for Male and Female Applicants
1 - The applicant must be a Saudi National.
2 - The applicant must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Science, Applied Medical Science or Pharmacy from a recognized university.
3 - The applicant must be a recent graduate; date of the degree must not exceed 5 years.
4 - The cumulative GPA in the BA must not be lower than “Good”.
5 - The applicant must pass the Placement Exam.
6 - The applicant must pass the personal interview and the medical examination.
7 - The accepted student must join the university on a full-time basis.
1 - All applications must be submitted through the Admission Online Portal.
2 - The applicants must carefully read the university’s rules and regulations before they start filling out the application forms.
3 - Failure of the applicant to follow the application procedures will have him/her excluded from the competition.
4 - The name of the applicant must be written in Arabic exactly as it appears in the National ID card.
5 - The applicant will be asked to present the original documents for cross checking and will be required to hand in the original BA certificate.
6 - The applicant must present the following documents:
A - The original and a certified copy of the Bachelor’s Degree/graduation certificate for matching.
B - In case the BA certificate was obtained from another country, it must be certified by the competent authorities in the concerned country. A copy of the accreditation/equivalency memorandum from the Saudi Ministry of Education must be attached.
C - A certified copy of the Academic Transcript.
D - A certified copy of the completion certificate of the internship program.
E - 3 colored personal photos 6x4.
Number of years of study: 2 academic semesters ( two preparatory semesters) - two medical years - two clinical training years - one year of internship