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MBBS:

Eligibility Criteria

I. General Criteria for Admission

The general criteria for students seeking admission to MBBS degree programme are as follows:

Minimum 60% marks in Pre-Medical group of Higher Secondary Certificate Examination held by a recognised Board of Intermediate Education in Pakistan. Students (Local and Overseas) are required to take a written test (MCQs) and appear for an interview.

Proficiency in English language, both in written and verbal expression is required.

Students with GCE Cambridge/London, Advance Level (A-Level), American High School Diploma, and other equivalent Certificates or Diplomas, an equivalence to HSC (Pre Medical) will be required as per the guidelines of HEC

II. Local Students

Documents to be submitted for admission:

Student Selection:

Final selection of local students is decided on the basis of their performance in the following:

III. Admission Criteria For Overseas Students

The university has defined the category of Overseas Students as follows (As per PM&DC guidelines):

Change to Local Resident status will not be allowed to those admitted as Overseas Students.

IV. For High School Graduates Of Usa/Canada

Note: : Before submitting applications, applicants must ensure that they have complied with the instructions given with the application form. It remains the responsibility of the applicant to submit application according to the instructions. Students are expected to submit photocopies of documents along with the application and originals for the purpose of verification by the university. If required, university will check the authenticity of the documents submitted with the concerned school, college, board or university.

V. For Students Who Have Graduated From Overseas Pakistani Schools

Documents to be submitted for admission:

Test & Interview

VI. Aptitude Test

The university conducts an Aptitude Test for all eligible local and overseas candidates. The test consists of Multiple Choice questions of various types. The test comprises four to five sections designed to assess each applicant’s performance in the areas of:

The level of questions in sections of Biology, Physics and Chemistry correspond to that expected at the end of Intermediate Examination or equivalent qualifications e.g.12th Year.

VII. Interview

Short listed applicants are interviewed to assess their suitability to complete MBBS course and pursue a career in health sciences.

VIII. Notification of Admission

The Registrar of the university will notify students who are successful in the admission process. Successful applicants are given a deadline by which to accept the offer of admission. Offers not accepted by the given deadline are cancelled.

IX. Requirements for Selected Students

Successful students selected for MBBS programme are expected to fulfil the following:

Fee Structure

Local Residents
Prospectus and Application form Rs. 2,000/-
Application processing fee Rs. 2,000/-
University Fee Rs. 250,000/-(Non-Refundable)
Tuition Fee Rs. 730,000/- (First Year)
Overseas Applicants
Prospectus and Application form US $ 100
Admission Fee US $ 3000 (Non-Refundable)
Tuition Fee US $14,143 (First Year)
Other Charges for both local and overseas students
Security Deposit Rs. 2,000/-
Medical Examination Fee Rs. 5,000/-
Documentation Fees Rs. 7,000/-

Payment of Fees: On receiving offer of admission from the Registrar of the University, students are expected to deposit the required (non-refundable) admission and tuition fees within the due date mentioned in the offer letter. If the required fee is not submitted within the specified date the admission will stand cancelled.

Note: Any additional taxes imposed by the government will be the liability of the students/parents/guardian.
The University reserves the right to increase the fees if required according to the recommendation of the Governing Body.

Examination Fee will be charged separately

Advance fees to be paid annually. All dues need to be cleared within two weeks of commencement of academic year. 2% surcharge per month will be levied on outstanding fees after the due date.