LKCMedicine welcomes exceptional students who are bright, determined and resourceful individuals from diverse backgrounds and with wide interests. Applicants should demonstrate an understanding of medicine as a career and show a practical concern for others. Selection for entry will be based on academic ability, motivation for study, interest in medicine and the potential to benefit from the experience and to contribute to the programme. 

As the School is set up to train doctors for Singapore and Singaporeans, priority for admission will be given to Singaporeans.

To know more about LKCMedicine programmes, click here to submit an Enquiry Form. 

Our goal is to prepare and empower our students for an evolving 21st century healthcare system. We do so by balancing humanism and technology, emphasising the connections between education and the delivery of healthcare. By emphasising patient-centred care and teamwork, scientific rigour, educational and healthcare innovation, LKCMedicine gives students the very best opportunities to develop their aptitudes and professional identity.

Professor Jennifer Cleland, Vice-Dean (Education)

A diverse range of clinical sites is crucial for the training of medical students, including residency training. Apart from adding diversity in teaching and training, this will give our graduating students more options when they decide on their career path.

Professor Pang Weng Sun, Vice-Dean (Clinical Affairs)

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)

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LKCMedicine offers a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree programme that has an innovative bespoke curriculum designed to meet the healthcare needs of Singapore. It draws extensively from the world-renowned Imperial College London’s medical curriculum and leverages on the strengths of NTU in engineering, biomedical research, humanities and business. Upon successful completion of the five-year programme, you gain a MBBS degree jointly awarded by both universities.

With a pioneering integrated and multi-disciplinary MBBS curriculum taught by a distinguished global faculty, LKCMedicine will be redefining medicine and transforming healthcare.

Graduate programmes

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The LKCMedicine PhD by Research Programme

The LKCMedicine PhD by Research Programme​ admits students from a variety of backgrounds – natural science, medicine, social science and engineering, and exposes them to a range of topics and disciplines such that on completion, graduates will have a deep knowledge and appreciation of b​oth translatable and translational medical research methods.

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The Graduate Diploma in Sports Medicine (GDSM) programme, developed by LKCMedicine in partnership with the Singapore Sport & Exercise Medicine Centre @ Changi General Hospital (SSMC@CGH), is designed for medical doctors who are interested in extending their qualifications and training in this growing area of need.

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Holistic Palliative Care programme

The Holistic Palliative Care programme (HoPE), emphasises the human and spiritual aspects of palliative care, in addition to the medical content. HoPE will be offered on a part-time and stackable basis, for healthcare workers such as nurses, allied health professionals and medical doctors to accumulate their academic units progressively along a single training pathway, from Graduate Certificate to Flexi Masters and Master of Science (MSc) degree.

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Short Course

The Sports Medicine Theory Course (SMTC) is a six-month online non-accreditation programme that is targeted at primary care physicians who would like to have a fundamental understanding of sports medicine. Interest and demand for sports medicine services have grown exponentially due to an increasingly active and ageing population in Singapore and around the world.

Besides the prevention and treatment of sports- and exercise-related injuries, sports medicine also involves the prescription of exercise to prevent and manage common chronic diseases such as diabetes, obesity, sarcopenia and hypertension. 

The courses under the Living Well Series are designed to upskill the competencies of allied healthcare professionals, nurses, and other health-related workers who are part of the care team to coach and counsel patients (mostly senior citizens) on the prevention and management of common chronic diseases in areas such as compliance with medication, combined with behavioural changes, and exercise and diet management. The Care and Prevention of Common Sport Injuries course aims to equip learners with essential skills in the prevention and care of sports injuries. The Common Joint Paint course is designed to help healthcare and health-related workers to improve their skills in caring for joint pain using physiotherapy and tuina approaches.

The Living Well Series includes:
Care and Prevention of Common Sport Injuries
Living Well with Common Joint Pain 
Living Well with Diabetes Mellitus 
Living Well with Hypertension and Hypercholesterolemia 
Living Well with Arthritis

Digital and Educational Research

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Medical Education Research & Scholarship Unit (MERSU)

Like new treatment methods in clinical medicine, medical education needs to be evidence-based rather than based on tradition and convenience. Educational research is essential for finding new and better ways to educate health professionals. Working with partners from across the world, this programme through LKCMedicine’s Medical Education Research and Scholarship Unit (MERSU) focuses on rigorous, theory-driven research which progresses knowledge of the cognitive, social, systems and material influences on learning and performance throughout the continuum of medical education, training and practice. MERSU also focuses on building a strong research environment and fostering a culture of collaborative and scholarly thinking in medical education and aligned with the ethos of LKCMedicine.

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World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Digital Health & Health Education (DHHE)

The World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Centre for Digital Health & Health Education at the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine was designated on 21 June 2019 to support WHO's wider vision to improve the digital health competencies and capacity of the health workforce.​ Helmed by Professor Josip Car​​​​​​, who is also the Director of LKCMedicine’s Centre for Population Health Sciences (CePHas), the Centre conducts comprehensive reviews towards the synthesis of authoritative evidence, ultimately informing key decision-makers in the astute use of digital health education, particularly for under- and post-graduate education, and lifelong learning across all health professions.

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Master of Science in Science of Learning

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LKCMedicine in partnership with National Institute of Education 

Advances in biology and neuroscience show how our brains and cognitive development are shaped by learning experiences and the environment. The Master of Science in Science of Learning is a distinctive interdisciplinary programme involving National Institute of Education and LKC School of Medicine. Students will acquire a strong foundation in science of learning, and learn how the latest advancements in neuroscience, cognitive science, artificial intelligence technologies bear on fundamental questions of education--how people learn and the tools we can use to optimise learning. 

Application window opens every May – June for start of studies in January the following year. There is one intake per year.