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|Tuition Fees:||$1,388 /year|
|Applications Begin:||May 2020|
|Final Award:||Bachelor of Science in Clinical Medicine and Community Health|
|Start Date:||September 2020|
|Academic Unit:||School of Allied Health Sciences|
|Application Deadline:||September 2020|
The 4 ½ years degree program has been designed to recognize that its graduates will have an advanced training in basic and biomedical sciences, clinical medicine and community health in order to provide health care that will integrate curative and preventive health care thus comprising of both theoretical and practical aspects. The Bachelor of Clinical Medicine shall extend over a period of at least 186 weeks divided into 4 ½ academic years of each for regular students with total of 253 CUs. There will be compulsory community health attachment during third year of the academic study for all students which will cover 8 weeks for community diagnosis and 4 weeks of Health Service Management. The entire program will entail 53 course units. The basic course units (Multi-Professional Programme) shall be offered in year 1 semester 1 (1.1) and the core units shall be offered from second Year second semester to fourth year, (2.2 -4.2). Details of the course units are shown in the program structure below.
Candidates wishing to study for the Bachelor of Clinical Medicine and Community Health degree programme shall have met the minimum University entry requirements as stipulated in the KIU Statutes and as per the minimum admission requirements by NCHE (statutory instrument No 63 of 2007). Five (5) entry points are available for persons wishing to enter the Bachelor of Clinical Medicine and Community Health (BCMCH) degree programme:
Holders of the Advanced (“A “) Level Certificate:
In order to be eligible for direct entry into the BCMCH programme, a candidate must have:
Holders of Kenya School Certificate of Education:
In order to be eligible for direct entry into the BCMCH programme, a candidate must:
Holders of School Certificate Graded in Percentages and Average Points:
In order to be eligible for direct entry into the BCMCH programme, a candidate whose final high school marks are graded in percentages and average point systems such as in Sudan, The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Rwanda and Burundi must have their grades first equated or standardized by UNEB before seeking KIU admission.
Holders of Diplomas in Medical Sciences:
In order to be eligible for admission into the BCMCH programme, a candidate must:
Possess a good diploma or its equivalent in a health related field such as Clinical Medicine, Medical Laboratory Technology, Radiography, Public Health, Dental Health, Advanced Nursing, Registered
Holders of Bachelor’s Degrees in Sciences:
In order to be eligible for admission into the BCMCH degree programme, a candidate must:
Basic Sciences or Multi-Professional Training Programme (MPP)
All the candidates who have been admitted under entry points 6.1.1-6.1.5 above must attend the Multiprofessional Training Programme (MPP) of KIU at the Western Campus and obtain passes in all courses of the programme before they can be admitted into the BCMCH programme described in this curriculum.
Transfers from other Programmes within KIU
Admission into the BCMCH programme by transfer from other programmes within KIU will be in accordance with the transfer rules as described in the Rules and regulations Governing assessment and examinations for undergraduate students of KIU-WC.
Transfer from other equivalent programmes of other Institutions
Any student seeking for admission into the BCMCH programme, who has been attending a similar programme in another Institution of higher learning recognized by KIU senate;
In both situations (6.1.7 and 6.1.8), shall produce the following documents before he/she is considered; a) Original O‘ level certificate or its equivalent.
A Letter of Good standing from the Institution he/she is transferring from, for those in category
Kampala International University admits 3 times in a year; in December/January, March/April and August/September.
Step 1: Pick-up an application form from the Admissions office at any of our Campuses below:
NOTE: Click on the link to complete the online application: https://admissions.kiu.ac.ug (a scanned copy of the admission letter will be sent to your email, and once the application has been approved, the original copy will be collected from our Main campus in Kansanga (Admissions Office-Online Desk)
The application fee is 50,000Ug.shs for both Ugandans and International students (non-Ugandans). For online applicants, the application fee is paid to the Finance Office when you report collecting the original admission.
Step 2: Complete the application forms clearly and enclose or attach the following:
Step 3: Submit a fully completed form with the required attachments to the following addresses:
The Director of Admissions, Kampala International University
Tel: +256-041-266813, +256-392001816, +256-041-267634
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The Kampala International University reserves the right to change fees without prior notice. However, fee changes are subject to approval by the Governing Council.