Newsletter | Volume 1| Issue 2

Deputy Vice-Chancellor’s Communique’ Volume 1 | Issue 2 A quarterly overview of activities, events, achievements and news from the College of Health Sciences. INTRODUCTORY MESSAGE FROM THE DVC Colleagues this has been a term of inspiring greatness. I am particularly proud of the women in our College who won prestigious International and National awards.  I

General student support

ALL STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE ACADEMIC REGISTRATION ON THE DATES SPECIFIED FOR EACH SCHOOL Those with financial clearance must register on-line. All other students, with academic holds, must present themselves in person at the registration venue on the specified dates. This includes those students who do not yet have financial clearance. New students must

Registration process

STUDENT COMPUTER LAN TIME & VENUE Students who are unable to access the internet for self-help (on-line) registration from off-campus can use the LAN. WEBSITE ADDRESS: ON-LINE REGISTRATION STEPS The following steps are integral completion of your registration. Compliance with all of the pre-registration requirements i.e. you have been fully admitted to the degree,

Important Registration dates

DATES FOR REGISTRATION  MBCHB PROGRAMME [OFFERED JOINTLY BY THE SCHOOLS OFCLINICAL MEDICINE, LABORATORY MEDICINE & MEDICAL SCIENCES] REGISTRATION  MBChB 6th Year Orientation, incl Collaboration 10 January 2020 08h15-12h00 NRMSM L7, Main Building 3rd Floor MBChB 6th Year Registration 10 January 2020 12h00- 16h00 NRMSM LAN A & B MBChB 5th Years Orientation 24 January 2020