- The sixth year is a clinical year. Students perform clinical rotations in teaching hospitals affiliated with the Faculty of Medicine and with public universities and primary health care centers in the country accredited by the council of higher education. This is achieved under the supervision of head of department or a teaching staff member named by the department council. Faculty council may allow students to have their clinical rotations abroad in any accredited university hospital.
- Students prepare a graduation project under the supervision of any teaching staff member during the sixth year.
- At the end of this year students have to pass a clinical exam and the Unified National Medical exam, which is a prerequisite for graduation.