High School Graduates (Saudi Curriculum)
Requirements for Saudi High School Graduates (Saudi Curriculum)
Applicant must have a high school certificate in science
Applicant must have Qudrat and Tahsili results
High School Students who have below 80%, below 65 in Qudrat, or below 70 in Tahisli cannot join Medicine or Dentistry program.
High School Graduates (International Curriculum)
Applicant must have a high school certificate with science subjects attested by the concerned ministries.
For the British curriculum: “O level” transcript must include the following subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and English. ”AS/A level” transcript must include 2 subjects Biology & Chemistry/Physics.
AS/A level transcript must include 2 subjects Biology and Chemistry/Physics
High school applicants will join Preparatory Year. After that, they will be accepted into the program based on their choices, merit, and availability of seats.
There is no Preparatory Year for Health Administration program
BMC accepts applicants with diplomas in all programs except the Medicine program
Bridging applicants can only join the programs in which they have earned their previous diplomas
Applicants having a diploma of 3 years or more may join from the 3rd year of the program
Applicants having a diploma of fewer than 3 years may join from the 2nd year of the program
High school certificate
Certificate and transcripts of earned diploma
Certificate of Professional Accreditation from Saudi Commission for Health Specialties (with valid date).
No objection letter from the applicant's employer (if the applicant is working).
TOEFL, IELTS, STEP or BMC English Language Exam
Score 113 - TOEFL Paper-based Test, Score 30 - TOEFL Internet-based Test (IBT),Score 3.5 - IELTS Exam,Score 67 - STEP
Transfer Applicants from Other Colleges and Universities
Transfer students from other colleges or universities can apply to any Bachelor’s degree program at BMC
High school certificate
Course specification for completed subjects by applicant.
The medicine program at Batterjee Medical College was established in 2005. The program has witnessed the graduation of nearly a thousand doctors. Since its inception, the Medicine program has developed its medical curriculum in cooperation with Maastricht University in the Netherlands by developing its objectives and methodology and building effective evaluation methods.Besides, the Medicine Program is concerned with developing distinguished services to improve and develop educational outcomes by developing basic medical skills (pre-clinical) to clinical science units. The program is also divided into pre-clinical years (first, second and third years) and clinical years (fifth and sixth years), both of which are taught inside the college premises, in addition to the training year (internship), which is carried out through government and private hospitals.Students are also trained in clinical skills and effective communication gradually according to their study levels in fully prepared training labs in the college to achieve interactive learning, develop knowledge and enhance trust between students and faculty members.We are proud that the program's graduates are among the pioneers who could pass the local and international fellowship exams with ease.Read More