Educational News

By Joanna Hughes August 1, 2019

Students all over the world work toward the goal of going to medical school. With September right around the corner, that goal is about to become a reality for many of them. Whether you are among this group of excited admits or hoping to be at some point in the future, staying informed can be instrumental to success. To that end, we’ve rounded up the latest news on medical school aimed at keeping you in the know. 

Changes to Know About

The Greek philosopher Heraclitus has been quoted as saying, “Change is the only constant in life.” This absolutely applies when it comes to medical school. Changes to the medical school landscape have made headlines across a number of subjects recently, including...

Ne...

By Alyssa Walker January 31, 2019
To those students for whom standardized tests are easy, the MCAT offers a real challenge. Premed students who had no problem in college and crammed fo...
By Alyssa Walker January 25, 2019
To meet the growing need for healthcare professionals, Minnesota's colleges and universities are making medical education more accessible to more stud...
By Alyssa Walker January 16, 2019
Some medical schools are taking pages from the recruitment playbooks of Google and other high-tech companies and switching the focus from the "creativ...
By Alyssa Walker January 10, 2019
Tech giants are moving into the healthcare space. Amazon and Apple are opening clinics. Uber has a medical transit program. This is just the beginning...

Educational articles

By Ashley Murphy August 29, 2019
Many of us dream about becoming a world-famous sports star. Scoring an overhead kick in the last minute of the World Cup final or sinking a three-poin...
By Ashley Murphy August 15, 2019
We marvel at the wonder of life when a new baby is born. And while the process is magical, it is also helped along by a lot of science and the admirab...
By S.M. Audsley July 23, 2019
“You can’t get through medical school if you don’t have a strong will and a strong constitution,” says Ken Jeong, Korean American comedian and also a ...

Newly Added Programs

The Master's programme covers the breadth of neuroscience from molecular and cellular neurobiology to systems neuroscience and cognition. Since the programme focuses on translational research, bringin... [+]
The Master's programme covers the breadth of neuroscience from molecular and cellular neurobiology to systems neuroscience and cognition. Since the programme focuses on translational research, bringing findings from the bench to the bedside, special emphasis is given to pathological aspects of neurophysiology and clinical neuroscience. Stressing the importance of practical experimental skills, hands-on lab training including the Master's thesis accounts for 50% of the programme. For the theory modules, one-third of the time is dedicated to classroom teaching and two-thirds of the time is allocated to self-study. [-]
The USC School of Pharmacy Master’s program in Clinical and Experimental Therapeutics (CXPT) prepares students with foundational coursework in translational sciences, pharmacology, and clinical ... [+]
The USC School of Pharmacy Master’s program in Clinical and Experimental Therapeutics (CXPT) prepares students with foundational coursework in translational sciences, pharmacology, and clinical development to facilitate their performance at high-level basic, translational, and applied research in the discipline-specific to the graduate’s area of emphasis. [-]
The university graduate course is conducted as an integrated undergraduate and graduate course in veterinary medicine and lasts 6 years (12 semesters). Upon completion, the academic title of Doctor of... [+]
The university graduate course is conducted as an integrated undergraduate and graduate course in veterinary medicine and lasts 6 years (12 semesters). Upon completion, the academic title of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine is awarded. [-]
September 3, 2019 | Swansea University
Study the many interrelated factors that have an impact on infant, child and family health with our Master’s degree in Child Public Health.
Study the many interrelated factors that have an impact on infant, child and family health with our Master’s degree in Child Public Health. [-]

Useful Links