Those who applied for Admission in Medicine in 2019/2020 Academic Year Regular Programme
First, we would like to thank you all for the time and effort that you put in to the application for admission at St. Paul’s Hospital Millennium Medical College (SPHMMC). We have received more than 1,400 outstanding applicants and the competition was very fierce this year. The process of admission has taken much careful consideration and because of limited enrollment capacity we accepted only few of the applicants. We want to appreciate all the applicants for your interest to SPHMMC and wish you all the best.
· The registration date is on October 8 and 9, 2019 and October 10, 2019 with penalty
· At the time registration you have to bring:
o Higher education Entrance examination (12 grade) result, original and photo copy
o 10th grade national examination result, original and photo copy
o 9 th – 12th grade transcript, original and photo copy
o Eight 4X4 size recent photograph
o For personal use blanket, bed sheet (Bed lines), and pillow case
· The college will not accept any student before or after the registration time
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St Paul’s Millennium Medical College, as it is known today, was established through a decree of the Council of Ministers in 2010, although the medical school opened in 2007 and the hospital was established in 1968 by the late Emperor Haile Selassie. It is governed by a board under the Federal Ministry of Health. The College initiated Ethiopia’s first integrated modular and hybrid problem-based curriculum for its undergraduate medical education, and is currently expanding to postgraduate programs and diversifying its undergraduate program offerings. St Paul’s is in the process of building its capacity quickly in a short period of time, growing from 3 to 250 faculty members in the last six years, and expanding teaching facilities. The college has more than 2800 clinical, academic and administrative and support staffs that provide medical specialty services to patients who are referred from all over the country, teaching medicine and nursing students and doing basic and applied researches. While the inpatient capacity is more than 700 beds, The College sees an average of 1200 emergency and outpatient clients daily.