The question: “is Medicine and Surgery a good course to study in Nigeria?” seeks to find out the opportunities available when one might have earned a degree after studying the course.
Before answering that question let’s know what Medicine and Surgery is about, knowing this will in turn help you see or imagine possible opportunities for a degree holder in this field.
Medicine according to Wikipedia “is the science and practice of caring for a patient, managing the diagnosis, prognosis, prevention, treatment, palliation of their injury or disease, and promoting their health.
While Britannica defines surgery as the “branch of medicine that is concerned with the treatment of injuries, diseases, and other disorders by manual and instrumental means.”
People who study medicine and surgery become doctors.
Let’s get down to answering the questions.
Is medicine and surgery a professional course in Nigeria?
Yes, it’s a professional course. This means after gaining proper certification you can practice.
How much does a doctor earn in Nigeria?
Resident doctors working for the federal government earn between ₦280,000 to ₦300,000 per month. State paid doctors earn as much as ₦110,000 to ₦150,000. Consultant doctors earn as high as ₦500,000 to ₦550,000 per month.
Requirements for studying Medicine and Surgery:
One must have a pass in English language, mathematics, biology, physics and chemistry to qualify to study the course.
It’s no news that studying the course is demanding, you have to be ready to give your all and people with good intellects are mostly found here.
Is medicine and surgery a good course to study in Nigeria?
It’s one of the best courses if not the best in Nigeria. The answer is YES!
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