Gulf Medical University (GMU), the most sought-after private medical university in the region, has introduced the Associate Degree in Preclinical Sciences (ADPCS) program, wherein the students will do the pre-clinical phase at GMU, followed by the clinical phase at Ghana. The students will be registered for the MBChB program at the collaborating University, University of Ghana, School of Medicine & Dentistry, who will be awarding the final degree. Students wishing to apply for the same should have completed 12 years of schooling and should also fulfil the other pre-requisites for admission into the program.
Associate Degree in Pre-Clinical Sciences (ADPCS)
Established in 1998 by Thumbay Group, Gulf Medical University – Ajman is one of the most popular private medical universities in the region. Today, it boasts an internationally recognized curriculum, a wide network of teaching hospitals, an established research center, innovation and research center, highly experienced/qualified faculty, separate furnished hostels for boys and girls, safe transportation facilities, on campus recreation and refreshment facilities. The University is a preferred-choice for medical education to students of 75 nationalities.