Requirements for graduation
The planned length of the single cycle degree course in Medicine and Surgery is six years, divided into 12 semesters. A total of 360 credits must be obtained before graduation as follows.
- 274 credits are distributed as traditional lessons, training work in small groups, classroom exercises, laboratories, and seminars, and distance training
- 60 credits will be obtained from activities with high-professional content (clerkships)
- 8 credits are obtained from individually selected activities (elective courses)
- 18 credits are obtained upon discussion of the final thesis written in English. The discussion is subject to the previous obtainment of 342 credits.