Medical Courses clings to human values, having a high level of knowledge and skills, knowing advanced medical technologies, knowing the ways to access information, and applying up-to-date diagnosis and treatment methods; communicate well with colleagues, healthcare professionals and patients; Being ethically conscious, capable of teamwork and leading qualifications, able to recognize the society in which they live and sensitive to global health problems, closely following the developments in science; able to provide the society with the highest standards, evidence-based, quality health care; To train physicians who will contribute to the national and international scientific world with high-level basic, clinical and community-based research.
- FIVE to SEVEN YEARS (5/7yrs)
- English Language Test
- Have completed required secondary level science course
- Must have completed required college-level math and science courses
- Latest Certificate either at High School level or equivalent
- Have a minimum GPA of 3.0
- GMAT /GRE/SAT Requirement
Why Choose a course in Medicine?
A career in medicine can be very rewarding. It may appeal to you because:
- One can make a real difference to people’s lives by helping to alleviate pain and suffering.
- It is a respected profession.
- There are wide choices of careers in the medical field. In fact there are over 60 specialties and there are opportunities to get involved with teaching, research and management.
- Day-to-day work can be very varied.
- Students will face all kinds of practical and intellectual challenges.
- Students who graduate will be able to earn a reasonable salary and this increases with experience.
- Experts in the medical field will always be in demand.
Employment areas and Job types
Degree holders can opt for further higher studies and careers in various specialisations such as taxation, accounting and finance, banking, insurance and many more
- Medical doctor
- Oral Surgeon
- Nurse Practitioner
- Physician Assistant
- Physical Therapist
- Occupational Therapist
- Speech-Language Pathologist