College of Port-Harcourt, UNIPORT Senate has authorized the rules for Direct Entry admission into Bachelor of Medication/Bachelor of Surgical procedure (MB.BS) and Bachelor of Dental Surgical procedure (BDS) programmes At 429th Assembly.
Senate of the College has authorized that candidates looking for admission into the Bachelor of Medication/Bachelor of Surgical procedure (MB.BS) and Bachelor of Dental Surgical procedure (BDS) programmes by the Direct Entry mode should possess, not less than, the Second Class Honours (Higher Division) diploma in related Superior Stage topics to be adjudged eligible for consideration.
The approval was given after Provost of the Faculty, Professor Christie Mato, made an animated presentation on the Flooring of Senate at its 429th Assembly which held final Wednesday.
The Provost said that the proposal was based mostly on the choice of the Faculty Tutorial Board at its 221st Assembly held on Friday, October 14, 2016, which reviewed an earlier Senate resolution on the precise mode of looking for Direct Entry admission into the College.
The approval additional stipulated that potential candidates have to be admitted into the Second 12 months to allow them take obligatory MBBS programs at that stage.
She additional said that Medical and Dental programmes in Nigerian universities often ran for 5 years by the Direct Entry mode, whereas candidates admitted by the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination should full a six-year programme to qualify as medical doctors or dentists.
Professor Mato additional said that indexing of MBBS/BDS college students by the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria often came about of their second 12 months of research.
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