The Faculty of Health Sciences offers professional undergraduate degrees in Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Pharmacy, Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy. Training is offered with practical experience in five major hospitals in Johannesburg as well as several rural hospitals, the state of the art Wits Donald Gordon Medical Centre and various clinics.
Through its partnership with the Gauteng Health Department, Wits employs over 800 medical and dental consultants who are involved in teaching undergraduates and postgraduates and in the research programmes. Approximately 500 students graduate in these professions each year.
19 November 2015 - First-year Supplementary Examination Timetable
Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy YOS 2 - 4 (Updated 03 November 2015)
Bachelor of Nursing YOS 2 - 4 (Updated 03 November 2015)
Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery, Bachelor of Health Sciences and Bachelor of Engineering Science in Biomedical Engineering YOS 2
MBBCh, BHSc, B Nursing, B Pharm, BSc (OT) and BSc (Physio) YOS 1 (Updated 05 November 2015)
The Faculty of Health Sciences at Wits University, acknowledging its role in the training of health professionals, in furthering knowledge through research and its responsibility to be relevant and responsive to the health needs of the communities it serves, and of the country, will be
The Faculty of Health Sciences of choice for undergraduate, postgraduate and professional training particularly in the South African and sub-Saharan context, offering modern and relevant curricula and facilities, with national and international reputations
The Faculty of highest reputation in South Africa for scholarship in health sciences teaching, research and clinical service
A Faculty with which staff are proud to be associated, and in which they can thrive
A Faculty with a supportive, efficient, effective and service-oriented administration