Manipal University is one of the largest private universities in the country, enrolling over 25,000 students across disciplines. The university offers a variety of disciplines to pursue, from undergraduate to postgraduate programs in Engineering & Information Technology, Management, Bio-Technology, Interior Design & Architecture and Media & Communication to its students.
BSc in Health Sciences is a highly interdisciplinary program aimed at providing excellent opportunities for students to embark on promising career paths. It was introduced with the vision of empowering students with the knowledge and skills they will need to be at the forefront of medicine and scientific research.
The program is tailor-made by experts to suit the current needs of the industry and academia. Upon successful completion of the program, students will:
- Gain an overall exposure to various aspects of health sciences and its applications
- Understand the potential of health sciences through application of medicine
- Develop various skill sets required to be successful health science professional in preparation for pursuing their goals of becoming successful physicians
Students have an opportunity to pursue a Doctor of Medicine (MD) Degree at American University of Antigua by enrolling in the BSc in Health Sciences Program at Manipal University.
Students who register for the BSc in Health Sciences program at Manipal University can enroll in the Doctor of Medicine (MD) program at American University of Antigua (AUA) after successfully completing two years of the BSc in Health Sciences program. The candidates will go to AUA to complete two years of Basic Sciences; and then will do two years of clinical training at approved clinical locations in the United States of America. After successfully completing all requirements, the student will earn an MD degree from AUA.
About the School
American University of Antigua (AUA) College of Medicine is an institution dedicated to creating future generations of physicians that serve the communities they represent. Those communities are often ... Read More