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School of Health Sciences (SHS)

The School was set up in October 2015 with the recruitment of a Head of School followed, in 2016, by the recruitment of six Academic staff.  The University of Technology, Mauritius became recognized as a Medical Institution by the Medical Council of Mauritius in December 2016.  Currently, the Anna Medical College is affiliated with the University of Technology, Mauritius, with the latter as the awarding body for the MBBS programme which was revised in 2017 from a 4.5 year to a 5 year programme.  The entry requirements for the MBBS programme are in line with those prescribed by the Medical Council of Mauritius for an MBBS programme to be a recognized medical qualification for registration as medical practitioner.  A first batch of UTM awardees who completed postgraduate medical studies under the ex Padmashree Dr D. Y. Patil Medical College and UTM have successfully registered with the Medical Council of Mauritius as Medical Specialists.  UTM MBBS Graduates who completed their studies under Anna Medical College have also undertaken pre-registration examinations prescribed by the Medical Council of Mauritius qualifying them for internship. The School offers a range of other programmes in the field of Health Sciences.

Programmes (SHS)

Click here to access the Postgraduate Programmes offered by SHS.

Click here to access the Undergraduate Programmes offered by SHS.

Click here to access the Staff List of SHS.

 
IMPORTANT NOTICE:
 
Applications for enrolment of new students under Anna Medical College for entry into the UTM MBBS programme open for April/May 2018 Batch. Closing date is 10 April 2018.

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR FOREIGN CANDIDATES 

 
The University of Technology, Mauritius is recognized as a Medical Institution by the Medical Council of Mauritius and the MBBS degree awarded by UTM is a recognized primary medical qualification for the purpose of registration with the Medical Council of Mauritius as medical practitioner. The 5-year MBBS programme is delivered by the Anna Medical College and clinical training is conducted at Flacq Hospital.
 
Foreign candidates applying for the UTM MBBS programme are required at the time of application to provide documentary evidence that their qualifications are equivalent to the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE); Higher School Certificate main/ principal subjects or GCE “A” level prescribed for entry into the UTM MBBS Programme. 
 
True copies of qualifications and evidence of equivalence of qualifications must be submitted with applications and must be officially certified by the relevant foreign authority such as Ministry of Education and/or Embassy/ High Commission.
 
It is the responsibility of the foreign applicant intending to join the UTM MBBS course in Mauritius to ensure that he/she meets any regulatory or other requirements for eligibility to register for medical practice in their respective countries with the MBBS degree awarded by UTM.
 

Revised MBBS Programme Document

Detailed MBBS Regulations

For more details visit the website www.annamedicalcollege.com