Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery | MBBS & MBBS (Distinguished MedScholar)

The goal of the MBBS curriculum is to train doctors who are forward-thinking, well-informed and capable of delivering effective, humane and ethical medical care; engaged in lifelong learning and have the skills necessary for postgraduate training.
These goals are delivered across the MBBS curriculum over six years through four key themes:

  • Human Biology in Health and Disease
  • Professional Skills: Diagnostic, Problem Solving, Effective Communication and Clinical Management
  • Population Health, Health Services, Economics and Policy
  • Medical Ethics, Professional Attitudes and Behaviour

The MBBS curriculum is not only about training doctors but also personal development and fulfilment. Our programme provides you with ample opportunities for personal growth that will carry you well into your later years when you will serve and excel as responsible citizens, colleagues, teachers and friends within our profession and community.

Under the existing MBBS, a new study track titled MBBS (Distinguished MedScholar) has been launched since 2023/24 academic year which tailors for high achievers. Click the programme information and admissions link below to find out more.