Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MB ChB), are the two first-professional degrees in medicine and surgery awarded upon graduation from medical school by universities in countries that follow the tradition of the United Kingdom.
The historical degree nomenclature states that they are two separate undergraduate degrees; however, in practice, they are usually combined as one and conferred together, and may also be awarded at graduate-level medical schools.
The degree of MBChB shall be awarded without classification but performance in individual courses shall be graded according to the approved semester system grading.
All courses in the MBChB program are core (compulsory)
- Promotion of health and prevention of disease
- Patient Management
- Medical-Legal duties
- Management & Administration
- Teaching and learning
- Understanding the role of Traditional Medicine
- Community Leadership.
Tuition fees (per semester)
Ugandans, EastAfricans, S.Sudanese – USHS 2,044,056
Internationals – USHS 3,406,760
Post Graduate: Relevant Under graduate course.
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MAKERERE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE REQUIREMENTS FOR UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMMES
(a) A candidate shall be deemed eligible for consideration for admission to a first degree programme at the University if the candidate has obtained:
- The Ugandan Certificate of Education with a minimum of 5 Passes or an equivalent qualification, and
- At least two Advanced Level Passes in approved subjects at the same sitting of the Uganda Advance Level Certificate of Education Examination (A’Level) or an equivalent qualification.
For purposes of this regulation, except where otherwise provided for, all subjects offered by the Uganda National Examinations Board at O’Level and A’Level are regarded as approved subjects.
(b) College/School requirements.
Within the framework of the General Direct Entry Requirements, there may be special College/School requirements which candidates must fulfil to gain admission to a programme in a specific academic unit.
MAKERERE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATE PROGRAMMES
A Bachelors degree in Medicine from a recognised University.
Duration of Programme: Full time – 3 Calendar Years
Part time – 5 Calendar Years
MAKERERE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE REQUIREMENTS FOR DIPLOMA PROGRAMMES
Normally a Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent from a recognised University in a subject or subjects relevant to the course applied for. Each programme has its Admission requirements stipulated under the Faculty/School/Institute Website.
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