MBBS Program at Bayelsa Medical University Granted MDCN Approval

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The MBBS program of Bayelsa Medical University, which is controlled by the state, has received accreditation from the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN), an organization that is responsible for certifying medical programs in Nigerian universities.

The university’s medical students can now take the first section of the MBBS exam thanks to the approval.

During a two-day accreditation and inspection visit to the university, Dr. Nnaemeka Nwakanma, the deputy registrar of MDCN, revealed this information while visiting Governor Douye Diri at the Government House in Yenagoa. The delegation consisted of eleven members.

Dr. Nwakanma was pleased with the development of the new medical school and mentioned that the MDCN has raised the MBBS admission quota from 50 to 100 students every session.

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