The Duke-NUS Pre-Medical Module provides a select group of students a unique opportunity to better prepare themselves for entry to graduate medical programmes such as the Doctor of Medicine programme at Duke-NUS. The module, titled GMS1000: The Duke-NUS Pre-Med Course is taught by Duke-NUS postdoctoral fellows.
GMS1000: The Duke-NUS Pre-Med Course
All students who apply to read the GMS1000 module will undergo a pre-selection process. This module will provide an opportunity for students to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes to help them excel in their clinician scientist training. In addition, this also gives them an opportunity to interact with faculty members, postdoctoral fellows, medical students and research staff at Duke-NUS.
For NUS students, the GMS1000 module carries 4 modular credits, and is classified under Unrestricted Elective Module.
The GMS1000 module has a total of 14-16 sessions (depending on the number of field trips available at the time of the module). Each session lasts 2 hours and will be conducted at Duke-NUS (Outram Campus). Students will have to factor in the duration of travel when they plan their schedule to read this module.
The module runs once a year in NUS during Semester 2 of an academic year.
- This module is eligible for undergraduate students from NUS ONLY.
- The module runs on Mondays from 4.00pm – 6.00pm. For Jan 2022 classes, the module will run on Tuesdays from 3.00pm - 5.00pm instead.
- The module lasts 14 weeks (including NUS Recess Week) and also includes field trips which depends on the calendar availability.
Learn more about the GMS1000 module syllabus.
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For enquiries on the Pre-Medical Module, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.