The Student Affairs at the Batterjee Medical College is a complete educational experience through programs, services, living experiences, supports, challenges, leadership, volunteers, career development and personal growth.
We provide needs, emotional wellness, healthy lifestyles, career decisions and solving problems. We build communities according to our Islamic ethics.
Our focus lies upon creating a new generation of doctors and allied Medical professionals in all sectors of the college, with mature and civilized conceptions to develop this community.
Vice Dean of Student Affairs
Monday, 23 August 2010 15:39
BMC accepts all students regardless of their nationalities or gender and grants them equal rights and privileges to participate in its programs and activities. The College believes in segregated education between male and female students and embraces it. However, it provides them with equal treatment in rights and duties.
The College aspires with such policy to achieve the highest ethical and academic standards that are consistent with our cultural heritage and Islamic identity.
BMC assists its international registered students in getting the "Student Visa" according to the regulations of visas issuing system applied in Saudi Arabia.
If students are in the final year of secondary school , they are encouraged to apply for early admission by submitting official grade reports from at least the last two years pervious to the final year of secondary school (since seats are usually limited, it is especially important for applicants to the college of Medicine (MBBS) and Dentistry (BDS) to apply early to reserve a seat . Moreover, applicants with the highest grades who have the required TOFEL score, will be given priority in admission consideration. Early admission is only offered to highly qualified applicants and is not considered final until students submit the whole registration requirements of BMC.
A student can register after the expiry of the registration period until one month from the start of academic year according to the academic calendar. This registration is only possible if there are available seats in the major in which students interested to study.
The late registration fee is Sr. 500.00 (This is added to the regular registration fee Sr. 4000.00)
Admission and Registration requirements:
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Admission and Registration Procedures
Candidates who wish to join BMC must provide the Registration Office with the following documents to complete their registration:
Registration will not be completed unless the original required documents are submitted. Students who submit photo copies will not be able to complete the registration cycle thus will not be accepted.
Note: If the student does not join the College a month after the academic year starts without any notification, the student's registration will be cancelled.
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Registration period starts directly after the results of the previous academic year. Students are not allowed to join the college after 30 days from the start of academic year unless he/she gain a written approval form the Dean of BMC.
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Note: The student needs to pass the year he/she is attending with a minimal average of 80%.
If the student does not fulfill the minimal average required, he/she is compelled to take the extra curricular exam of FAST and attain 80% or above. If the grade of the student is below 80%, he/she is obliged to repeat FAST and pass with an average of 80% minimal.
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BMC accepts international students and refer to them as External Students. The BMC helps them to get their visas however, external students have further requirements for their residencies. These requirements include: visa and residency fees.
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