University of Nairobi

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Master Of Medicine In Otorhinolaryngology, Head & Neck Surgery (orl-hns)


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A. GENERAL FEE(Kshs.) FEE(Kshs.) Book Allowance Research Money* Science Based Clinical Based 40,000/= 100,000/= 150,000/= B. COMPOSITE FEES Registration Fee ID/Card Tuition Fees: Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Supervision Exam: (Written) Computer Fee Activity Fee Medical Fee Library Caution Money 2,000/= p.a. 500/= p.a. 179,000/= 186,400/= 186,400/= 186,400/= 186,400/= 6,000/= p.a 5,000/= p.a 5,000/= p.a. 2,000/= p.a. 5,000/= p.a. 3,000/= p.a 5,000/= (once) Total Fees Per Year Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 212,500/= 214,900/= 214,900/= 214,900/= 214,900/= C. OTHER CHARGES: 1. Late Application fee: Kshs.4,000/= 2. Extended Registration period: Kshs.3,000/= p.a. 3. Extended Correction period: Kshs.1,000/= per three months. 4. Extended Revision period: Kshs.3,000/= p.a. 5. Extended Supervision: Kshs.6,000/= 6. Examination for Revised Thesis/Project Report: Kshs.9,000/= D. All fees due should be pa

Department

Department of Surgery

Duration:
5 years

Eligibility:
2.0 ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS 2.1 The Common Regulations for the Master of Medicine Degree at the University shall apply. 2.2 The candidate eligible for admission into the program shall fulfil the following conditions; 2.2.1 Hold a basic medical degree i.e. Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) of the University of Nairobi, or an equivalent qualification from an Institution recognized by Senate. 2.2.2 The candidate must show evidence of registration or eligibility to be licensed by Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board for purposes of training. 2.2.3 The applicant will be required to have a valid Professional Indemnity cover during the period of training. 2.2.4 Evidence of proficiency in English language is mandatory 3.0 CREDIT TRANSFER AND EXEMPTION A candidate may, on the recommendation of the School Board and approval by Senate, be allowed to transfer up to a maximum of one third of the non-clinical taught course units offered in the programme. 3.1 Applicants seeking course exemption shall send a formal application to the Director, Board of Postgraduate Studies through the Dean School of Medicine. Justification of request and evidence of credentials to support such a request shall be attached to the application. 3.2 Application for course exemption shall be processed after payment of prescribed fee. 3.3 Applicants shall only be exempted from course units equivalent to those offered at the University of Nairobi.

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