Academics

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     College of Medicine offers an MBBS program and a Masters in Medical Education. The MBBS program employs a curriculum licensed from the University of Sydney in Australia but adapted to meet local needs.​​

There are two routes to ​the MBBS:​

Stream 1:

Students coming directly from high school pursue 2 years of pre-medical studies, then enter the medical program (4 years of courses, and a 1-year internship).

Stream 2:

Students already holding Bachelor's degrees do 1 semester of pre-medical studies, then enter the medical program.

The Master's of Medical Education is a 2-year postgraduate program requiring 3 semesters of courses and a major project. The curriculum is built on the SPICES model, which holds that education should be:​


Student-cent​ered

Problem-based

Integrated

Community-based

Elective​

Systematic​​


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