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Every candidate admitted in the course by Kathmandu University or any of the affiliated medical colleges shall register with University by remitting the prescribed fee along with the application form for registration duly filled in and forwarded to the University through the Dean of the School of Medical Science or the Principal of the affiliated college within the stipulated date.
Admission procedure for Nepalese Citizen
The Kathmandu University conducts KUMET (Kathmandu University Medical Entrance Test) each year for Nepalese citizen and the admission will be done on the basis of Merit after central counseling at Kathmandu University School of Medical Science (KUSMS) Dhulikhel, Kavre Nepal.
Admission procedure for Foreign Citizen
Candidates who are interested and seek admission in MBBS/BDS programs of Kathmandu University are informed to apply with scanned copy 12th mark sheet and Citizenship/Passport. Those candidates must appear in the Central Entrance Test.
Only the Indian students who have passed NEET are eligible to apply.
The MBBS is a 41/2 years course plus one-year compulsory internship. The session starts in the month of August each year. The college follows the norms/standard and the admission criteria instructed by KU for admission.
The KU conducts KUMET test every year in the month of July/August. Students (Nepalese and Foreign) have to pass the KUMET. Admission will be done as per the guidelines of KU on the merit basis. Original certificate and citizenship certificates are required for the admission.
Note: Candidate who have passed recognized Entrance test of MBBS/BDS program in their respective country (internationally recognized test) are eligible for admission in the respective program of Kathmandu University.