The Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine offers a five-year undergraduate programme leading to a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree (MBBS) awarded jointly by Imperial College London (Imperial) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU). Our curriculum draws extensively from the world-renowned medical curriculum of Imperial, and leverages the strengths of NTU in biomedical sciences, engineering and humanities.

YEAR 1 & 2

  • Team-based Learning
  • Hands-on science practicals
  • Regular communication skills training
  • Early patient contact

YEAR 3, 4 & 5

  • Hospitals across Singapore
  • Core Tutors guide learning
  • Campus teaching weeks
  • Scholarly Projects and Electives
  • Student Assistantship Programme

Why choose NTU LKCMedicine ?

Beyond-the-Classroom Learning

Offers a thorough understanding of the scientific basis of medicine, as well as clinical management and communication skills

Empowering Curricula

Gain a solid scientific understanding of medicine and the clinical skills to become confident leaders in the fields of healthcare delivery and medical research.

Innovative Learning

Highlights innovative and interactive approaches to education, including extensive use of simulation, team-based learning and digital learning

Top-Notch Faculty

Offers the opportunity to experience student life, the learning environment and medical practice at Imperial through exchange and elective programmes

Curriculum at a glance

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Career Prospects

Equipped with the scientific understanding, technological awareness, holistic approach to patient care, and life-long learning skills needed to succeed in all medical specialties, LKCMedicine graduates can expect fulfilling careers as outstanding doctors and medical leaders across the full spectrum of healthcare services in Singapore. They will be well-placed to shape the future of medical practice in Singapore. 

Students admitted into LKCMedicine are also required to serve the public healthcare sector upon successful completion of the MBBS programme. Singaporeans serve a five-year service obligation while non-Singaporeans serve a six-year service obligation, excluding housemanship or first-y​ear residency training. More information on Medical Undergraduate Agreement can be obtained here​.

PSC Scholarship recipients who are concurrently awarded the President’s Scholarship to read Medicine will also have a service obligation according to the terms of the Scholarship. Get more information about PSC scholarships here​.

For other scholarship or financial assistance recipients, please refer to the respective terms of agreement.​