Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
The Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) is a highly challenging but extremely rewarding programme that will give students the medical knowledge, clinical and research skills, attitudes, awareness and enthusiasm for a vocation in any field of medicine. Students will also learn how to develop a rapport with patients from a diverse range of cultures - gaining their trust as well as learning how to work effectively with colleagues in other healthcare professions. Students need to apply for the first year of either the Bachelor of Health Sciences or Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science. School leavers cannot apply directly into the MBChB.
This course consist of 720 credits studied over a period of at least six years of full-time study.
- Emergency medicine
- General medicine
- Geriatric medicine
- Medical research and education
- Public health
- Radiology and surgery
Standard entry requirements
All applicants are required to sit the Undergraduate Medical and Health Sciences Admission Test (UMAT) in the year of application. Students need to apply for the first year of either the Bachelor of Health Sciences or Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science. Graduates who achieve a minimum GPA of 6.0 (B+ average) across a degree from any New Zealand university are eligible to get into this programme.
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