Admission to the AMCollege is through Army Selection Centers which is based on entry test examination held by the college followed by routine military procedures before fully enlisting candidates in Pakistan Army.
The NUST, with which the college is now affiliated, holds a separate enterance exam for its students which are not enrolled in the army and study as paying students.
The Paying Cadets are selected directly by the GHQ.
Foreign student selections are also made by the GHQ and the Ministry of Defence.
MBBS: The total number of seats for each entry may vary but is usually around 110 to 120 in all. Out of these, half are for regular cadets enrolled in the Pakistan Army while rest are for paying cadets and NUST cadets.
10 seats are reserved for girls and 40 seats for boys, joining the Pakistan Army.
40 seats for NUST cadets including boys and girls, selection based on enterance exam.
30 seats are for Paying cadets, both boys and girls, based on selection by GHQ W&R Dte.
BDS course usually has 20 to 40 seats available including half of them reserved for cadets joining the Pakistan Army.
The candidate must have scored atleast 65% marks in HSSC or equivalent, to take the enterance test. Final selection is based on test score and HSSC marks. Selected candidates are informed by mail and through a press release.
The NUST admission test is held in all major cities. The date is announced each year through media and the NUST office should be contacted for application forms and prospectus.
The AMCollege enterance test [dates announced in local press] is also held each year in all major cities of Pakistan. Results are announced in the national press and successfull candidates are issued call-up letters by mail.
Final selection however is based on passing the enterance exam, medical criteria, intelligence exam and the interview.
Foreign students and expatriates have an altogether different selection procedure. Some countries including Nepal, Srilanka, Bangladesh, Jordan, UAE, Afghanistan and Malaysia have military accords with the Pakistan Military and thus their military doctors are accepted for training in AMCollege.
Expatriates should contact their respective Pakistani embassy for further assistance. You are encouraged to directly contact the NUST headquarters or the AMCollege at the following addresses.
Fees may vary for different cadets and may be revised from time to time. A more recent layout is given below..
NUST cadets ~ Rs. 13,000pm*
Paying cadets ~ Rs. 3,000pm*
Foreign cadets ~ Rs. 10,000pm*
* Subject to change periodically as per University regulations; exclusive of accomodation charges
All paying students - Rs. 3,000pm
cadets enrolled in the Army recieve a pay of about Rs. 6,000pm*