School of Medicine

Start off Your Medical Career at the Best Medical School in Zambia
Texila American University’s School of Medicine is the best medical school in Zambia. It offers impeccable medical courses following international standard curriculum. This seamless university has the best-in-class campus in Lusaka furbished with air-conditioned classrooms, well-equippped laboratories, and qualified faculty. Under its School of Medicine, Texila American University offers the following medical courses in Zambia:
  • Health Professions Foundation Program
  • Bachelors of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery Program
hpfp

HPFP Program

Texila American University’s Health Professions Foundation Program (HPFP) is one of the best foundation medicine courses in Africa. It covers all the basics of medicine that prepares students for their MBChB program.

TAU, Zambia, designed this HPFP to help medical aspirants gain the necessary skills to have a successful medical career.

TAU’s HPFP lays a strong foundation for the students to take up medical education to the next level. This course encourages students to think and learn beyond conventional methods and shape them for their future healthcare professionals.

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Year

2

Semesters

12

Subjects

MBChB Program

Texila American University is the best medical school in Zambia that offers a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery program (MBChB). This course trains students to become competent doctors with the necessary skills, knowledge, and attitude to succeed in a dynamic environment.

Our MBChB program offers a comprehensive approach to healthcare. It balances among preventive, promotive, curative, and rehabilitative healthcare in primary healthcare or community settings.

In our School of Medicine, we believe that creating extraordinary magic through creativity and innovation will open a wide range of possible career choices.

As a center of excellence, our faculty of health sciences is 100% committed to the students’ development process. They train them through teaching, research, and community service to the nation’s health and medical welfare.

Community-based education plays an important role, and the faculty is actively involved in community health service at both national and international levels.

5

Years

26

Subjects

mbchb
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