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From admission to graduating as a doctor

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  7-Year MBChB (Medicine) (This programme is for only SSSCE/WASSCE candidates.)
    6-year Medicine (PBL 1) (This programme is for only holders of first degrees in science-based programmes. They should have obtained a First Class or Second Class (Upper Division)).

Admission / Entry Requirement

Applicants to the 6-Year Doctor of Medical Laboratory Science (MLS.D) degree must have either

a) Credit in the THREE WASSCE/SSCE core subjects: English Language, Mathematics and integrated Science plus credits in THREE WASSCE electives: Biology, Chemistry and Physics or Mathematics) and must pass an assessment examination and interview

OR

b) Graduates of allied disciplines such as Biochemistry, Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology etc. and candidates with GCE ‘A’ level with minimum of credit passes in Biology, Chemistry and Physics in addition to the above 5 “O” level 5 credit passes including Mathematics, English in maximum of 2 sittings, may enter the Programme in Year Two after passing an assessment examination and interview

OR

c) Holders of Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT) certificate/diploma and HND in Science Laboratory Technology that have at least 6 WASSCE/SSCE passes as in a) above may enter the Programme in Year Two after passing an assessment examination and interview.


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