The Singapore Medical Council (SMC), an advisory body under the Ministry of Health, maintains the compulsory continuing medical education (CME) program, oversees and controls the professional conduct and ethics of registered medical practitioners, and maintains the Register of Medical Practitioners in Singapore.
You can see which medical institutions are accredited in Singapore by looking at a list of universities certified by the Singapore Medical Council. Graduates from these institutions are qualified to work as medical professionals in Singapore. As a result, to qualify for employment in Singapore after graduation, medical students must choose a school from the SMC list of accredited medical schools and enroll there.
In order to practice medicine in Singapore, you need to be registered with the Singapore Medical Council (SMC). Now, let’s take a quick look at these universities recognized by the Singapore Medical Council. The list includes their rankings based on the QS World University Rankings (2022).