Aga Khan University (Medical College, East Africa): Fellowship Programmes are intended to train academically oriented leaders in clinical care and investigation using best practice approaches that prepare trainees to work at the forefront of their field.
- Category: Master, PhD
- Application deadline: 26 September 2022
The basic criterion for entry into any fellowship programme is the completion of a full residency training programme (Masters degree in medicine or equivalent postgraduate course) in the parent specialty. Other requirements include Bachelor of medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (M.B.Ch.B) or equivalent; Registration by the Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Council (or other recognised medical board) and at least 4 years post internship experience.
Evaluation and Assessment
This follows recognised formats developed within the University. The level of responsibility is graduated as the fellow progresses from the first year to the final year. Fellows take on greater responsibilities than residents, contribute to the teaching of medical students and residents and perform many more procedures independently under the supervision of the consultants.
Go to Aga Khan Foundation (AKF) on www.aku.edu to applyCurrently, applications are Open for Fellowship training in:
- Fellowship in Cardiology
- Fellowship in Neurology
- Fellowship in Nuclear Medicine
- Fellowship in Neonatology
- Fellowship in Paediatric Neurology
- Fellowship in Infectious Diseases
- Fellowship in Medical Oncology