Introduction & Certification Body
Our Ph.D. in Medicine is a blended doctoral program in medicine designed for students who are interested in academic or research careers by enabling them to integrate 3 years research along with their clinical education. The course enables candidates to get an in-depth insight into various areas of medicine strengthening their core skills in conducting research. Through this program, candidates gain the advantage of polishing their analytical and innovative skills in order to apply it in their future research work
Duration & Eligibility
MD/MS or equivalent full-time PG Degree (MS/MD, DNB, UK Royal College Exam membership in the same specialization) and master’s degree in a medical speciality. Registered with the Medical Council in the respective country/state.
3 years of work experience in relevant specialty after post-graduate qualification.
(Note: There will be an extra charge on the extension of the course validity.)
- Block based learning pattern
- More emphasis on Research and Publication
- Submission of Research Proposal presentation
- Publication of Research articles
- Thesis viva
Why Choose Us?
Dr Lamidi Rasheed Emmanuel
"Texila American University has really imparted on me, in the history of my life, sound and quality academic programme second to none." The mode of lecture delivery is superb. The lecturers and other members of staff in the Faculty are efficient and highly committed to their duties. In fact, TAU is the best school to be.
Iran Rayman Ali
"TAU has truly been an experience I will never forget. Since this is the first time I have done any academic studies online. I struggled at first, but with my coordinator help I managed to grasp quickly how to navigate the moodle. I was happy to take part in two e-conference and have my article published.
Christianah Mojirade Adeola
"TAU made my dream comes to reality. My experience with TAU is something I can't forget easily. The modules are superb, the student coordinators are always ready to assist and the weekly tests made me more occupied with my studies."