Below is a breakdown of the number of years it takes to become a neurosurgeon in Kenya.
- Step 1: Complete Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) undergraduate course which takes six years (6 years).
- Step 2: Complete Master of Medicine in Neurosurgery (MMED-NS) post graduate course which takes another six years (6 years)
If you include the number of months that you would wait before you graduate and attachment, then it takes about 13 to 15 years to be a neurosurgeon in Kenya.
About neurosurgeon salary in Kenya, no one for sure knows how much they are paid because they are very few and the salary differs from one institution to another.