Students will include Ugandans and Non-Ugandans. For Ugandans, Diploma Courses will require at least 2 principle passes in relevant subjects at A level and or qualifications in any Health Training
Students will include Ugandans and Non-Ugandans. For Ugandans, certificate courses will require at least 6 credit units’ passes at “O” level
Beyond the classroom, we encourage students to actively participate in organizations that support their extracurricular interests in sports, music, dance, etc
The college rents accommodation for trainees whose cost is included in the fees. However trainees are encouraged to look for and directly fund their own accommodation.
The college promotes collaborative research projects and enhances opportunity for local and international scholars to work with the college researchers
This is in addition to college, staff and student research. In this regard, the college publishes the Ministry of health accredited Uganda Health Professionals Journal in which research articles and abstract from college staff, Ugandan and other health professionals are reported.
At Medicare Health Professionals College, we are committed to quality health training. We recognize that the loyalty, teamwork, cooperation, responsibility, open communication, trust, professional ethics, competency and time management of our staff are the key factors in all aspects of performance.