Student Selection Criteria
This is an equal opportunity programme and there is no discrimination based on gender, religion or ethnicity. Women and individuals from minority groups are encouraged to apply. Applicants must demonstrate evidence of scholarly ability and personal maturity; Basic computer literacy is expected.
Entry into the Master's programme will require:
- Minimum four years of undergraduate study or a recognised degree in one of the health care sciences (MBBS, MD, BScN, etc);
- Master's degree in Sciences, Social Sciences, Law or Journalism (at least 16 years of education) etc. Applicants from other disciplines will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
- Background that reflects significant interest in bioethics, for example, research projects, publications, symposia and workshops attended.
Preference will be given to candidates with appropriate academic credentials.