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Studying at the Armed Forces College of Medicine requires living on campus. The College has distinguished facilities including barracks, bathrooms, mess halls, study halls, laboratories, sports facilities etc
There are well organized training programs that enable athletes to compete in military based national and international championships. Participating and winning competitions as well as increasing physical fitness all have the potential to add to the student’s end of year score
A fair evaluation and assessment is done through the package of tests aforementioned where’s an applicant's personal capabilities and their physical, medical and scientific abilities are tested. These tests have been designed to ensure no favoritism or nepotism occurs.
The Armed Forces College of Medicine is characterized by a low number of students in each batch. Per lecture, there is a maximum of 100 students which provides a better environment for the students to interact. A system of problem-based learning (PBL) is applied in the College as one of the modern ways of learning alongside scientific lessons. Students are introduced to dealing with patients early, in the second year in their study which improves the student's clinical skills and helps them interpret the theories and knowledge which they learn in their academic studies
A student may join theArmed Forces College of Medicine maximally one year after secondary school, provided that he spent the said year in a civil College. Lack of medical or physical fitness are the most common reasons that prevent an applicant from joining the Armed Forces College of Medicine.
By joining an advance English language course and improving your physical fitness by continuous training
Be a secondary school graduate or equivalent with a higher degree to join the College.
It is a package of tests evaluated in grades. The applicant scores are summed and the applicant is compared to other applicants so the best are chosen. The admission tests of Armed Forces College of Medicine include: Personality traits test: a student should aim to get the highest score possible. Medical examination: a fit / not fit. Psychological stability test: a fit / not fit. Tests in logical and scientific thinking for students of Armed Forces College of Medicine: applicants with the highest scores are given priority. The student must pass all interviews done by the Council.
Yes, conscripted assistant lecturers have the opportunity to teach at the College, however the College should be notified by the civil university in which the soldier is registered
Yes, however the college should be notified by the civil university in which the soldier is registered in order to join the college as a faculty assistant staff.
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