Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)

Six years $15,000 per academic year


Our School of Medicine offers an excellent medical education using the latest pedagogic methodologies in this field of science. All courses focus on medical education in specialized English to meet international standards. Research-based and evidence-based medicine oriented education. Clinically oriented teaching and training from the first phase of education.

Admission Requirements

  • High School Diploma: Secondary school certificate, attained within the last five years and with a general high school score of 90% or above.
  • Equalised transcript is required for students who have graduated from international institutions.
  • Minimum Grade in Related Subjects: Minimum High School Score of ≥240 in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.
  • English Language Proficiency: Minimum English Language requirement is 54 in PTE, 6.0 in IELTS -82in ibt-TOEFL or 105 in Duolingo.
  • School Entrance test - UCAT: following a, b and c
  • a. UCAT Exam Dates
  • b. Clearance is requested from UKH Registry. No clearance, no exam. Contact Registry at [email protected].
  • c. UCAT Clearance
  • Equalized transcript is required for students who have graduated from international institutions
  • Applicants dismissed for any reason from any university, school or college will not be considered
  • School Entrance Test – University Clinical Aptitude Test (UCAT) Minimum UCAT Score is 1900. If UCAT Score ≥ 2200, applicants will be exempted from the English requirement.

  • Application Form: Online application is required
  • Official transcripts: Provide a copy of your official transcript (for applicants who graduated from international institutions, an equalized transcript is required).
  • Certification Letter from High School: Provide an official letter from your High School Confirming your High School Average.
  • A copy of your Passport/ID
  • One passport size photo


The MBBS programme of the School of Medicine is a 6-year programme that consists of two phases, each comprises of six semesters.

Phase 1 (3 years): Pre-Clinical Sciences (Human Structure, Function and Development; Foundations of Sciences in Disease, including pathology, pharmacology, microbiology). Most subjects are being taught in blocks of body systems. Early clinical exposure.

Phase 2 (3 years): Clinical Sciences (Internal Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics, Obstetrics/Gynecology; medical subspecialties; minor surgical specialties; behavioral medicine).

Skills Development