For Students with Advanced Level or International Baccalaureate credentials. The five-year medical degree program at St. George’s University, the premier Caribbean medical school, is designed specifically for students with Advanced Level or International Baccalaureate credentials who have a desire to become a doctor. Students build on an existing academic background in science with entry-level medical degree coursework in anatomy, physiology, and other foundational sciences. The beginning medical degree coursework will set our five-year students up for success in the basic science courses and clinical sciences phases of the MD degree program in SGU’s medical school.
Near East University Faculty of Medicine is a young faculty. Its main aim is to provide medical education, pre and post-graduation as well as continuing medical education. Through this education, it aims to educate students who are able to solve the problems they may be faced with, who believe that medical education is a lifelong education and are dedicated to serving humanity, respectful towards their patients, considerate and accountable, and who are of high caliber. The language of education is in English and an organ/system based integrated system is implemented as the method of education. The curriculum is planned with a multidisciplinary approach in mind. NEU Faculty of Medicine with regard to its quality of education, educational staff, infrastructure, laboratories equipped with the latest technology and modern educational hospital facilities was accepted to World Health Organization (WHO) Avicenna Group (March 2013, Geneva-Switzerland). NEU Hospital was awarded the Gold Trophee for the International Arch of Europe Award 2013 by the “Business Initiative Directions Quality Award Summit” (April 2013, Frankfurt-Germany).
The Acıbadem University School of Medicine was established in 2007. The school was initially established on a modest campus located in Maltepe. In 2013, it moved to the purpose-built Kerem Aydınlar Campus, one of the most developed science campuses in Turkey. The campus features a Center of Advanced Simulation and Education (CASE) while practical applications take place at Acıbadem Atakent and Acıbadem Maslak Education and Research Hospitals and the Education Research Regions whose affiliation with the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) is complete. Education at the School of Medicine is in English and our education program features three phases. Phase I is integrated Basic and Clinical Sciences, Phase II is Clinical Clerkships and Phase III is Internships.Our education is based on an integrated curriculum. Our goal is to provide word class health education with our accredited program, to train physicians who are equipped with knowledge and skills to give the best health care, sensitive to human affection, professional ethics, scientific curiosity and analytical thinking, to create a pioneering, innovative and entrepreneurial research environment that will be the choice of scientists at national and international levels; to be developed through basic science and clinical research contribute to science human health and the Diagnostic and therapeutic products and methods; using the most appropriate technology, current evidence-based, patient-centered, ethical, and to provide health services in accordance with the rules. Our target is to provide medical education adhering to globally recognized standards, by means of our internationally accredited program. Our equally important aim is to train professional physicians and scientists who are analytical, dedicated, ethical, socially and environmentally aware and equipped to give the best possible healthcare. They should also be able to establish an innovative and enterprising globally accepted scientific research environment, make contributions in the field of human health and science, using products and employing methods developed through the basic sciences and by clinical research. Finally, our medical graduates should be able to provide state-of-the art, patient-oriented healthcare, scientifically proven and complying with ethical standards.
MAHSA’s MBBS programme is a 5-year programme. It is divided into 2 phases, phase 1 comprises years 1 and 2 and phase 2 years 3 to 5. The Phase 1 programme is largely conducted in the MAHSA University campus with some exposure to clinical medicine at Hospital Tanjung Karang. The Phase 2 programme is the clinical phase and is almost entirely hospital and clinic based. The hospitals used are Hospital Sungai Buloh, Hospital Kuala Lumpur and Hospital Tanjung Karang. Students are also exposed to clinical training at Klinik Kesihatan AU2, Rawang Perdana, Taman Ehsan and Taman Medan. This ensures an eclectic mix of clinical training in major referral centers, community hospitals and primary care clinics. The completion of this 5 year programme leads to a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degree. This programme is accredited by the Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA) and is listed in the FAIMER WORLD DIRECTORY OF MEDICAL SCHOOLS. Phase 1 – Preclinical Programme Phase 1 spans 2 years. This is the preclinical phase of the programme and basic medical sciences are taught in organ-system blocks. Personal and Professional Development (PPD) and Early Clinical Exposure (ECE) modules are conducted across the two years. PPD modules are aimed at developing humanistic attitude and communication skills. Early clinical experience enables students to learn history taking and physical examination skills on simulated patients and develop communication and clinical reasoning skills. The students have some clinical exposure to patients during scheduled visits to Hospital Tanjung Karang in both years. In addition, regular Problem-based learning (PBL) sessions are conducted, whereby clinical cases are presented, and students work through the basic science of the disease and the identification of symptoms, signs and interpreting a variety of laboratory tests to develop rational differential diagnoses. Both the ECE and PBL sessions aim to integrate the basic medical sciences with clinical science learning issues. There is also exposure to community medicine during this phase. There are two major examinations during Phase 1. The first is at the end of year 1 and the second at the end of year 2. Phase 2 – Clinical Programme The student, upon completion of Phase 1, will proceed to Phase 2 of the program, which is the clinical phase. This phase covers year 3, 4 and 5. It is conducted at government hospitals and health clinics designated as teaching centres for the faculty. The student will undergo rotational postings of 2 to 8 weeks in the disciplines outlined in the programme structure. Students have to pass the Final Professional Examination at the end of year 5 to graduate.
Medical University of Bialystok is a modern, dynamically developing public university, whose mission is to provide the best education for a professional, responsible, modern medical staff; conducting scientific research at the highest international level; implementation of innovative solutions in cooperation with entities providing medical services and undertaking activities that respond to social needs. The University is constantly investing in the development of scientific and didactic staff. Researchers are leaving for numerous scholarships, internships, trainings, study visits in the best research and teaching centers in the world. The number of Researchers from abroad cooperating with our University is growing every year, representing dynamically developing global research and development centers. These activities increase the academic achievements of the University's employees. The university has an ultra-modern scientific-didactic base, which includes: a modern University Clinical Hospital, Euro-regional Pharmacy Center, Didactic and Scientific Center of the Faculty of Health Sciences, Clinical Research Center, Experimental Medicine Center, Innovation Research Center, Bioinformatics Center and Data Analysis, Molecular Imaging Laboratory and Medical Simulation Center. For years, all nationwide rankings have pointed to the Medical University of Bialystok as the best academic university in this part of Poland.
The Medicine course from Keele University is designed to ensure you meet the necessary standards in terms of knowledge, skills and attitudes that new doctors need, as identified by the GMC in its publication, ‘Outcomes for Graduates’.
Medicine will provide you with an exciting range of career opportunities. The Medicine MBBS course from Brunel University London will enable you to graduate with the educational, clinical and professional skills you will need as a new doctor, ready for further training in the UK or oversea
The four-year MD program consists of a 157-week curriculum that is typically completed within four calendar years. The MD program is broken down into two phases: Basic Sciences and Clinical Training. The curriculum for SGU's four-year program gives you the foundation needed to succeed as a physician, and prepares you to grow your practice into a thriving career in medicine.
For Students with AS Levels, and the South African or Australian Matric Examination Qualifications. The six-year Doctor of Medicine preclinical program at SGU provides foundation sciences necessary for mastering the basic and clinical sciences phases of the program later in the MD curriculum. By entering SGU’s six-year preclinical program, you may be eligible to earn a Bachelor of Science on your way to completing your Doctor of Medicine. The BSc/MD option allows you to complete your undergraduate degree through three years of undergraduate and preclinical courses.
The seven–year Doctor of Medicine program is designed for students who have secondary school credentials who need to study a complete course in the foundation sciences before beginning the medical degree program. With a focus on preclinical sciences, social sciences, and humanities, the seven–year entry point prepares students for the rigors of medical school by providing a strong support system around a solid preclinical curriculum. By entering SGU’s seven-year preclinical program, you may be eligible to earn a Bachelor of Science on your way to completing your Doctor of Medicine. The BS/MD option allows you to complete your undergraduate degree through three years of undergraduate and preclinical courses.