1. Instructions in the pre-medical year shall be by courses quantified into credits.
  2. A credit shall be a series of fifteen one-hour lectures or tutorial classes, or an equivalent combination of these types of instruction.
  3. No course shall carry less than one credit or more than five credits.

  1. Objectives: The objectives to be reached in each year shall be clearly presented to students.
  2. In the second and subsequent years, instruction shall be in the community, hospital, classroom and laboratory and is not quantified by credits. Students in these years shall be designated:

  1. These constitute the clinical years. Student’ Performance during the three years shall be assessed by means of Progressive Assessment and by the final examination, each carrying 50% of the marks.
  2. Progressive assessment shall be based on periodic evaluation from clinical evaluation.by clinical supervisors and the end-of-posting examination.

The Medical Education Resource Unit is one of the key Teaching Support Centres of the University of Ilorin. It is based in the office of the Provost of the College of Health Sciences but serves as a unit under the office of the Vice Chancellor.

The goal of the unit is to support teaching, academic research and to promote best practice for clinical care. Our mission is to advance evidence based medicine and improve health care quality by supporting education and collaborative research, locally and globally.

Clinical Skills Laboratory, College of Health Sciences, University of Ilorin, Nigeria
The Clinical Skills laboratory (CSL) is one of the academic support facilities of the University of Ilorin where resources are used to assist students to reach competency in the psychomotor and affective outcomes of the different curricula presented at the College of Health Sciences. These outcomes include skills in communication, clinical examination methods and procedures.