Find out how many students graduate from medical school each year in Singapore.
Here’s a brief overview of Singapore’s healthcare sector’s manpower training and development statistics, including the number of medical school graduates per year.
No. of Medical Graduates1
No. of Nursing Graduates2
No. of Allied Health Professionals Graduates3
No. of Dentists Graduated4
No. of Oral Health Therapists Graduated5
No. of Pharmacists Graduated6
Notes:1 NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School (from 2011 onwards) and Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (from 2018 onwards) graduates.2 NUS (from 2009 onwards), NYP, NP and ITE nursing graduates, including graduates from WSG's Professional Conversion Programmes (from 2005 onwards).3 Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Diagnostic Radiography and Radiation Therapy graduates from NYP (between 2006 - 2015) and SIT (from 2016 onwards), including graduates from WSG's Professional Conversion Programmes (from 2011 onwards), NUS Speech and Language Pathology (Biennial intake (2-year programme) from 2007 onwards). There are no graduates in 2019 as the first batch of graduates from SIT four-year degree programmes will graduate in 2020. 4 Schools in the schedule refers to overseas Dental and Pharmacy schools recognised by Singapore Dental Council and Singapore Pharmacy Council respectively.5 NUS Faculty of Dentistry graduates.6 NYP Dental Hygiene and Therapy graduates. The first batch of Oral Health Therapists graduated in 2008.7 NUS Department of Pharmacy graduates.
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