Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB)

 

DEGREE PROGRAMMES


MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of surgery(MBChB)


At least KCSE mean grade B and B in Biology ,Chemistry Physics/Mathematics ,English/Kiswahili OR; B in Biological Sciences ,Physical Sciences ,Mathematics , English/Kiswahili

OR

Advanced Level HoldersA minimum of 2 principal passes; one in Biology and the other in Chemistry and 1 subsidiary pass in either Mathematics or Physics. Biology – Principal ,Chemistry – Principal Physics - Principal ,General Paper – Pass

OR

Diploma in Medical Sciences A minimum O level Division II pass or B Mean Grade and credit pass B in the cluster subjects in K.C.S.E. in addition to a credit pass in the following professional qualifications from a recognized medical training institution. "O" level division II with credit passes in Biology & Physics or Physical sciences and Mathematics or B mean grade in K.C.S.E with an average cluster points of 32 on relevant subjects as shown above , in addition to a credit pass following professional qualifications from the Kenya medical training college or a recognized training institution .

OR

Holders of any degree in Biological Sciences or microbiology from any recognized UniversityHolders of other qualification deemed to be equivalent of the qualification mentioned above particularly for foreign students may be admitted upon consideration by the academic board and the senate.

 

Mode & Time of Admission:August;Full time

Duration:6 years.

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