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Global Pathways to New Zealand:
Students who successfully complete the required undergraduate papers at International Medical University may then be enrolled in the University of Otago’s Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, receiving credit for the First Year Health Sciences programme as well as Early Learning Medicine. Students can then graduate with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery after three years of successful full-time study with Otago (2.5 years + 3 years). There are 6 places for IMU students.
New Zealand Qualification
The University of Otago Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MB ChB) degree is commonly referred to as the 'medical degree'.
There is a wide range of specialisation available in the public and private sectors, involving research, academic medicine, public health, clinical medicine and other areas. Specialties include Cardiology, Oncology, Paediatrics, Psychological Medicine, Surgery, Pathology, Public Health, General Practice and many others. Most doctors complete postgraduate training in their chosen specialty.
Medicine is a respected, rewarding, and truly international career.
If students have already achieved the level of entry for IMU, they will be deemed to have met the requirements. They will not be required to retake an IELTS test to be admitted to the programme at Otago.
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