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Studying the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.C.H.B) offers students a lifetime of opportunities with diverse career options. Working in clinical and hospital environments from early on in your studies, students are engaged in exciting real world medical cases and investigative studies from day one through their journey to graduation.  This degree opens up possibilities for numerous careers in the medical profession such as a general practitioner, general surgeon, clinical researcher or other career paths. The (M.B.C.H.B) provides students with lifelong learning pathways through rewarding, challenging and engaging coursework and the chance to work in an industry that makes a difference to improving human health, wellbeing and lives.

Course Entry Requirements

Subjects for Admission

Essential Subjects (X3) [?]

Relevant Subjects (X2) [?]
Desirable Subjects (X1) [?]
Computer Studies
General Paper
Subsidiary Mathematics
Course Cut off Points
Course Career Paths

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Interviews related to Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

Hear and learn from those that did the course and what they have been able to do with the knowledge they acquired

  • Responding to the noble Call to save lives, Meet Dr Ssemuwemba Mark A Day in the Life of a Medical Doctor
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  • Meet Joyce Wamala, A 4th Year Medicine student at Makerere poised to make a difference in Mental Health
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  • Grazing goats inspired Innocent to pursue a career in Medicine and Surgery
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  • Meet Juliet Nalwanga, Uganda’s first female neurosurgeon
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Where Graduates Work

M.B.C.H.B graduates work in hospital settings in both the public and private sector.

Scholarships to study Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery

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