Part time Doctor of Medicine (MD) in Doctor of Medicine

Best Part time M.D.s in Doctor of Medicine 2017

A Doctor of Medicine is a comprehensive academic program that consists of classes and hands-on training for students wanting to become a medical doctor. Along with human science classes, students may study medical ethics and legalities.

Part time Doctor of Medicine (MD) in Doctor of Medicine

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Doctorate of Medicine (M.D.)

Windsor University School of Medicine
Campus February 2017 Saint Kitts and Nevis Basseterre

First Semester: Human Anatomy & Embryology, Histology & Cell Biology, Physicians in Global Society, Introduction to Clinical Medicine (ICM). Second Semester: Biochemistry & Medical Genetics, Medical Physiology, ICM... [+]

Best Part time M.D. in Doctor of Medicine. Doctorate of Medicine (M.D.) 4-Year program Basic Science Curriculum - 2 Years First Semester: Human Anatomy & Embryology, Histology & Cell Biology, Physicians in Global Society, Introduction to Clinical Medicine (ICM) Second Semester: Biochemistry & Medical Genetics, Medical Physiology, ICM Third Semester: Pathology I, Microbiology & Immunology, Neurosciences, ICM Fourth Semester: Pathology II, Pharmacology, Behavioral Sciences, Medical Ethics and Law, Epidemiology & Preventive Medicine, ICM Fifth Semester (Illinois): H&P, ICM, USMLE Board Review, Becker Integrated Clinical Science Curriculum - 2 Years Clinical Rotations: Internal Medicine (12 weeks), General Surgery (12 weeks), OB/GYN (6 weeks), Pediatrics (6 weeks), Psychiatry (6 weeks), Family Medicine (6 weeks), Electives (24 weeks) [-]

Pre-Med To Medical Residency

Maharishi University Of Management
Campus 7 years September 2017 USA Fairfield

Join our fast track collaborative program to make your dreams of becoming a doctor a reality. Students that want to become physicians in Integrative Medicine can now do so by joining our collaborative articulation track developed and taught jointly with AUIS. [+]

MUM is pleased to announce a new partnership with the American University of Integrative Sciences (AUIS) on St. Maarten, School of Medicine. Join our fast track collaborative program to make your dreams of becoming a doctor a reality. Students that want to become physicians in Integrative Medicine can now do so by joining our collaborative articulation track developed and taught jointly with AUIS. Starting out at MUM, our pre-med students will gain the knowledge and skills required to attend medical school while earning their bachelor’s in physiology and health Pre-Integrative Medicine program. On completion of the BS, MUM students will have the option of fast-tracking their entry into AUIS medical school. An amazing benefit of this program is that after successful completion of the BS, you will matriculate directly into AUIS without the usual stress of multiple applications and competition for a spot in medical school. By choosing the Pre-med to Medical Residency track students can earn their BS MD MS degrees in as few as seven years. AUIS’s Integrative Medicine MD program was designed as a collaboration between MUM and AUIS faculty. Beginning Summer 2016 MS program will be completely integrated with the MD curriculum. By choosing this track you can graduate with two degrees in as little as seven years instead of the typical eight or more. Join the fast track from Pre-med to Residency in Integrative Medicine! Students and graduates of the American University of Integrative Sciences, St. Maarten School of Medicine will be eligible to be registered by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) for Steps 1 and 2 of the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE). AUIS medical graduates will therefore be able to enter a residency or fellowship program in the United States that is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). About AUIS The American University of Integrative Sciences (AUIS) is a four-year medical school located on the tropical island of St. Maarten with two years of basic sciences taught on the island and two years of Clinical Clerkships in the US or Canada. The internationally recognized, four-year MD program, gives students a solid education in modern medicine. This program is supplemented by training in natural and holistic approaches that focuses on prevention instead of reactive patient care. AUIS prides itself on their exemplary clinical program which has clinical sites available in more than 30 states and over 300 hospitals. Students study medicine in a culturally diverse environment with a special focus on preventative health and well-being, community service, holistic strategies and the business of medicine. A versatile and modern course curriculum is offered by highly qualified and experienced faculty, supported by a talented and approachable staff. Students and graduates of the American University of Integrative Sciences, St. Maarten School of Medicine will be eligible to be registered by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) for Steps 1 and 2 of the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE). AUIS medical graduates will therefore be able to enter a residency or fellowship program in the United States that is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). [-]

Doctor of Medicine - MD Program

American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine
Campus September 2017 USA Coral Gables

American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC) is an international medical school preparing physicians for careers in the United States, Canada, and worldwide. At AUC, our students study medicine in an inclusive and collaborative environment designed to graduate the team-oriented physicians so desperately needed in today’s healthcare system. Here, students collaborate instead of compete, and work together to boost everyone’s chances for success. And our celebrated team of supportive faculty is there every step of the way to guide and support you as you continue walking your path to practice. [+]

Best Part time M.D. in Doctor of Medicine. Doctor of Medicine American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC) is a Caribbean medical school offering a diversity of students a high-quality medical education. Founded in 1978, AUC is one of the oldest Caribbean medical schools with more than 5,700 alumni who are practicing in all 50 US states, Canada, and more than 20 other countries. AUC students' performance on Step 1 of the United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) is on par with United States and Canadian medical schools which is currently 97% first-time pass rate for the year 2013. Academic Requirements • Baccalaureate degree: All students who matriculate to American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine must hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited university. • MCAT: All AUC applicants are required to take the Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) to meet admission requirements. Our students have an average score of 25 on the old MCAT exam. To be competitive you would need a 490 or above, on the new MCAT exam.(Please note that AUC will not consider MCAT scores that are more than five years old.) • Undergraduate performance: The average cumulative and prerequisite GPAs for the incoming classes in the 2013-14 academic year were: 3.3 and 3.1, respectively. Medical School Prerequisites • Biology: 1 year, including laboratory work. Prospective students will benefit by taking courses in one or more of the following: Genetics, Cellular Biology, Developmental Biology, and Comparative Anatomy. • General Chemistry: 1 year, including laboratory work • Organic Chemistry: 1 year, including laboratory work. Coursework should include both aliphatic and aromatic compounds. • General Physics: 1 year, including laboratory work. General introductory coursework should include mechanics, heat, light, sound, electricity, and nuclear radiation. • A generous exposure to mathematics, humanities, and social sciences is desired for AUC admissions. Other Attributes of Successful AUC Applicants • Personal integrity • Life experience, including experience in healthcare fields (chiropractic, nursing, emergency medical response, etc) • Volunteer work • Adaptability • Social maturity • Problem-solving skills • Critical judgment • Ability to pursue independent study Other Medical School Enrollment Information AUC reserves the right to change admission requirements, application procedures, and admission policies at any time, without prior notice. Advanced Standing: AUC neither seeks nor encourages applications from students wishing to apply for advanced standing. Only exceptional candidates will be considered. AUC does not accept applicants that have been dismissed from any medical school. Only credits earned at medical schools that are recognized by the Medical Board of California will be considered for possible advanced standing at AUC. Acceptance of transfer credit is dependent upon course comparability and is at the discretion of AUC. AUC does not grant advanced standing to students for work done in schools of Podiatry, Allied Health, or Chiropractic. Requests for advanced standing must be made at the time of initial application for admission. Non-Discriminatory Policy: American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine is an educational institution that admits academically qualified students without regard to gender, age, race, national origin, sexual orientation, political affiliation or belief, religion or disability and affords students all rights, privileges, programs, services and opportunities generally available. Background Check Policy: Medical education and the medical field encompass the trust of students and practicing physicians with the lives of patients. AUC procures a background check on its applicants. The rationale for performing background checks is based on issues such as the need to enhance the safety and well being of patients and to ascertain the ability of these applicants to eventually become licensed physicians. We also verify information provided on the application and disclosure form. If review of the background check may results in adverse action regarding acceptance, the applicant will be notified prior to a decision and provided with an opportunity to explain or correct the record. Locations Medical Sciences Campus: Cupecoy, St. Maarten AUC students begin their journey to become physicians on AUC's pre-clinical campus in St. Maarten, located in the northeast Caribbean. Clinical Education AUC's network of clinical teaching affiliates includes hospitals in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. Tuition per semester Flat Rate: 10-21 credits • Medical Sciences* Semesters 1-5/per semester: $20,250 • Clinical Sciences Semesters 6-9/per semester: $22,650 • Clinical Sciences Semesters 9.5/per semester: $11,325 Funding Your Medical Education American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine is committed to providing medical students with information to help them fund their education through student loan programs and medical school financial aid. [-]

Doctor of Medicine Degree (M.D.)

University of Medicine and Health Sciences
Campus 10 semesters February 2017 Saint Kitts and Nevis Basseterre USA Lower East Side + 1 more

To graduate with a Doctor of Medicine Degree (M.D.), students must successfully complete the basic and clinical science programs and pass the United States Medical Licensing Examinations (USMLE) Step 1 and Step 2 CK & CS. [+]

Doctor of Medicine Degree (M.D.) To graduate with a Doctor of Medicine Degree (M.D.), students must successfully complete the basic and clinical science programs and pass the United States Medical Licensing Examinations (USMLE) Step 1 and Step 2 CK & CS. Our vision is to have a boutique medical school for students who deserve and demand a quality education in a small school environment. Our faculty is highly credentialed and recruited primarily from the United States. They love to teach and dedicate virtually 100% of their time to students. The Basic Science Program, semesters 1–4, is located at our state-of-the-art campus on the beautiful Caribbean island of St. Kitts. Our traditional medical school curriculum compares with most U.S. medical schools. Students are tested in block format throughout the semester. Shelf examinations, which simulate mini USMLE-style examinations, are also integrated into the academic program. Pre-clinical exposure begins in the first semester and continues throughout the Basic Science Program. We invested more than $50 million dollars to develop one of the most modern campuses in the Caribbean that can compare to, or even exceed, that of most U.S. medical schools. Our wireless campus includes an 11,000 square-foot state-of-the-art anatomy building, a 24-bed virtual hospital equipped with more than 20 computerized human simulators, multiple classrooms and laboratories, an auditorium, and a large library and learning resource center with more than 50 computers for student use. All of our classrooms and laboratories are equipped with the latest audio-visual equipment to enhance the quality of education. The trend in the United States is to teach histology utilizing a database of digitized slides that correlates directly to a specially designed laboratory manual. At UMHS we have embraced this new technology. Students utilize the Bachus database of histological images that can be accessed and utilized in class, in the library/learning resource center, as well as at home through a web browser. Our anatomy lab is equipped with cutting-edge technology and is a model for U.S. schools to follow. We urge you to view the Campus section of our website for more details on all of our facilities. The Clinical Program, consisting of semesters 5–10, is completed at major teaching hospitals in the United States. The fifth semester, which includes a clinical correlations and board review component, is held at our Portland, Maine campus. In semester 5, our students have an opportunity to work one-on-one with a large number of highly qualified and credentialed physician preceptors. Students are prepared throughout the Basic Science Program as well as the fifth semester for USMLE Step 1. UMHS has established affiliations with a number of teaching hospitals in New York, Connecticut, Georgia, Ohio, Oklahoma, Maryland, Michigan, Illinois, Puerto Rico, and Canada. In addition, we are continuing to expand the core clinical affiliations and are in negotiations with a significant number of teaching hospitals. [-]

Master in General Medicine (MUDr)

Charles University Faculty of Medicine in Plzeň
Campus 6 years October 2017 Czech Republic Plzeň

he Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen offers courses in General Medicine (six years) and Dentistry (five years) in both Czech and in English languages. For medical students, the first two years of study are devoted to theoretical disciplines, such as Anatomy, Histology, Embryology, Biophysics, Biochemistry and Physiology. [+]

Best Part time M.D. in Doctor of Medicine. The Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen offers courses in General Medicine (six years) and Dentistry (five years) in both Czech and in English languages. For medical students, the first two years of study are devoted to theoretical disciplines, such as Anatomy, Histology, Embryology, Biophysics, Biochemistry and Physiology. During the third and fourth years, pre-clinical subjects, such as Pathological Anatomy, Pathological Physiology, Microbiology, Immunology and Pharmacology are studied. Bed-side teaching is also introduced in the third year. The last two years of study are fully devoted to clinical subjects. For students of Dentistry, the first two years of study are devoted to theoretical disciplines and pre-clinical Dentistry, the third, fourth and fifth years are devoted to clinical stomatology. The academic years for theoretical disciplines and pre-clinical subjects are organized into winter and summer semesters. Each semester consists of a teaching period followed by an examination period. The clinical courses are organized in a block system. Description of the entrance examination and evaluation criteria The entrance examination for the study programme in English is organized as follows: 1.At the Centre of Studies in English, Lidicka 1, 301 66, Pilsen for students who are able to take part at the Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen. 2.During summer vacation in the applicant’s country (if the examination is organized by the appropriate agency). The entrance examination fee is 640,- CZK. The examination consists of a multiple choice test in Chemistry, Biology and Physics. The requirements are similar to the British “A” level examination requirements. The tests are administered and marked by a university professor. The admission of students remains however within the responsibility of the Dean of the Faculty. Depending on the outcome of the examination, those who achieve the required results enrol at the Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen in late September of the same year. Students who fail the entrance examination may not retake the exam during that same academic year. Application of students studying at the Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen on the day of their application at the same study programm will not be accepted. Whether you succeed in the entrance examination and in your studies is fully your responsibility. Each applicant shall submit a certified copy of their original CE certificate on or before the date of enrollment. Conditions for admission On the day of enrollment applicants must present secondary school certificates. Passes equivalent to the British GCE A Level are normally required in three subjects (Chemistry, Physics and Biology). Applicants must satisfactorily pass the entrance exam in Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Applicants are expected to have secondary school knowledge but the University allows for reasonable differences in levels of knowledge in students from different schools and countries. Preparatory course There is not any preparatory course for the entrance exams for English students organized by our Faculty. Information on the exercise of graduates After completing their studies, students are awarded a Doctor of Medicine degree - MUDr. (Medicinae Universae Doctor) or MDDr.(Medicinae Dentalis Doctor) for the students of Dentistry, at a traditional ceremony held in the Carolinum, a historical University hall in Prague. This degree is widely recognized in most countries. [-]

Medical Doctor 5-year Program

All Saints University
Campus 5 years February 2017 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Kingstown

The five year MD program is designed for high school or secondary school graduates.This program comprises the premedical component of 4 semesters duration, the Basic Medical Science phase of five semesters duration [+]

The five year MD program is designed for high school or secondary school graduates.This program comprises the premedical component of 4 semesters duration, the Basic Medical Science phase of five semesters duration and the Clinical Clerkship Phase of 6 semesters (72 weeks) duration. The premedical components of the 5-year program are as spelt out above in addition to introductory courses in Anatomy, Physiology and Biochemistry. The 5-year MD degree program can be completed in 4 years and 8 months. APPLICANTS FOR ADMISSION INTO THE 5 – YEAR MD DEGREE PROGRAM APPLICANTS FROM USA & CANADA Applicants from Canada or the US must present evidence of satisfactory completion of high school or secondary school with above average grades. APPLICANTS FROM OTHER COUNTIRES International Students will be evaluated on an individual basis and must meet educational requirements for admission to medical schools in their country of origin. A TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) Examination score may be required. TRANSFER STUDENTS All Saints may accept students intending to transfer from accredited medical schools. Transcripts of Academic Records of such applicants will be evaluated to determine eligibility for admission. Evaluation of the overall eligibility of prospective transfer students will be treated on a case by case basis. [-]

BARCS / M.D

International University Alliance
Campus Part time September 2017 USA Boston

Medical students earn the Doctor of Medicine degree in a general four-year program designed to be followed by graduate training in a specialty area. During the first two years of the program, students study the sciences basic to medicine—anatomy, behavioral science, biochemistry, microbiology, pathology, pharmacology, and physiology. [+]

Best Part time M.D. in Doctor of Medicine. MD Program Medical students earn the Doctor of Medicine degree in a general four-year program designed to be followed by graduate training in a specialty area. During the first two years of the program, students study the sciences basic to medicine—anatomy, behavioral science, biochemistry, microbiology, pathology, pharmacology, and physiology. Clinical correlations to basic material are emphasized, and professional skills are nurtured in a four-semester Introduction to Clinical Practice course continuum. The first of its kind in the country, the School of Medicine leads the way in integrating pioneering applications of ultrasound technology into all four years of medical school. In the third year medical students leave the classroom and enter the hospitals and clinics full-time for hands-on training under the close supervision of faculty. The final two years of the medical curriculum include required clinical clerkships in family medicine, internal medicine, neurology, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, psychiatry, and surgery. There is also ample opportunity in the fourth year for elective courses, allowing the student flexibility and time to pursue individual interests. While most medical students complete their core clinical training at Columbia-area affiliated hospitals, an optional clinical clerkship program at the Greenville Hospital System is available. The M.D. program is fully accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education of the American Medical Association and Association of American Medical Colleges. Class size for each of the four years is limited to 85 students. With this relatively small class size, a favorable faculty/student ratio, and varied hospital resources, the School of Medicine is able to offer the medical student personalized instruction and excellent patient contact opportunities. As a community-based medical school, the School of Medicine provides medical students with preceptorship opportunities in the offices of practicing physicians in the Columbia area. An innovative Rural Primary Care Education Project, in Winnsboro, SC, provides students with first-hand experience in rural practice. An active faculty research program keeps the medical education program up-to-date and reinforces training in the scientific approach to medicine. As part of our state's flagship state university, the School of Medicine also makes available to medical students all the benefits of a large university community, including contact with students and faculty in related disciplines and a variety of University cultural and recreational events. [-]

Master in General Medicine (MUDr)

Charles University Second Faculty of Medicine
Campus 6 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

Graduates of Master study programme in general medicine are medical doctors with a complete training in all basic medical fields Their professional attitude is based on the knowledge of evolutionary aspects of human life both in health and disease from the prenatal period till old age. Besides theoretical knowledge, they possess practical skills corresponding with the needs of a general practitioner. [+]

Entrance examination options: - TRACK A (SAT test): Please see the faculty website for detailed information. - TRACK B (Entrance exam) The entrance exam will take place on specified dates at Second Faculty of Medicine, Charles University, in Prague, Czech Republic. Additionally, it takes place in selected locations abroad. The entrance examination consists of two parts: A written multiple-choice test and an interview. 1st part: Applicants take a written multiple-choice test in Biology, Physics, Chemistry and Logic (4 x 15 questions) corresponding to standard secondary school curricula. The entrance exam topics and examples of the questions are available on our web site. Applicants have 75 minutes to complete the test. Each question is presented with four possible answers. Four points are awarded if all correct answers to the question are selected and all incorrect answers remain unselected. No points are awarded if there is a discrepancy between the final selection and the correct answer. The total number of points that can be acquired for the written test is 240. Completed written tests are marked anonymously. 2nd part: Applicants with the best written test results are subsequently invited for the interview. Examination committees consist of three Faculty members. Successful applicants are expected to demonstrate their interest in the field of study, their ability to discuss medicine-related topics, and they should be able to defend their opinions. Applicants randomly draw two discussion questions/topics for which up to 60 points can be obtained. The ranking (based on the total sum of points for the written test and the interview) obtained during the entrance exams is the only decisive factor for admission to medical studies. The final results are announced at the end of the entrance exam day. Conditions for admission Admission requirements: - Filled in, finalized and electronically sent application form incl. CV - Successfully completed Secondary education resulting in school leaving examination (verifed copy of secondary school certificate will be required) - Each applicant must pass the entrance examination or SAT test. Information on the exercise of graduates Our educational tradition, along with academic excellence and our commitment to prepare students for a successful career in primary care or subsequent fellowship training, make the Second Faculty of Medicine an outstanding choice for your medical studies. Graduates are awarded the degree ‘Doctor of General Medicine’ (MUDr.). [-]

MD - General Medicine

Charles University Third Faculty of Medicine
Campus 6 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague

The standard duration of study is six years. The form of study is full-time. Graduates of the programme receive a complete medical education and are awarded the title MUDr. (M.D.) after successful completion of studies, entitling them to apply for positions in all M.D. specialization fields. [+]

Best Part time M.D. in Doctor of Medicine. The standard duration of study is six years. The form of study is full-time. Graduates of the programme receive a complete medical education and are awarded the title MUDr. (M.D.) after successful completion of studies, entitling them to apply for positions in all M.D. specialization fields. Since the academic year 1996/97, tuition takes place adhering to a modernized and revised study programme that allows students to gain integrated knowledge in theoretical and preclinical fields. Common clinical problems are explained using problem-oriented learning and clinical training focuses not only on the application of theoretical knowledge, but also on developing practical skills. Tuition goals are in accordance with the European Program for Medical Faculties Euroskills, which the Third Faculty of Medicine is taking part in. Study at the Third Faculty of Medicine is compatible with study at other medical faculties. Description of the entrance examination and evaluation criteria The entrance examination will take place on several dates from April till July 2017. 1st round – written test from biology, chemistry and either physics or mathematics. The applicant shall receive both a physics and mathematics test, of which he/she will choose one to complete. Such choice is final and cannot be changed. In total, there will be 90 questions, with each subject having an allocation of 30 questions. There is always only one correct answer of the four possible answers provided. Range of possible scores for the 1st round: 0 - 90 points Minimum number of points necessary to continue to the 2nd round: 50 points 2nd round – interview – general knowledge, the ability of independent judgment, communication skills, among others, are assessed. Range of possible scores for the 2nd round: 0 - 30 points Assumed number of accepted applicants: 90. Conditions for admission - submission of a duly completed application form and confirmation of payment of a 590,- CZK (electronical application) or equivalent in EUR - 22,- (by the 31st of May, 2017) - successful completion of secondary education including leaving certificate - successful completion of the entrance examination, i.e. achievement of at least the minimum number of points required for acceptance The minimum number of points required for acceptance will be defined by the Dean. Conditions for admission without entrance examination Conditions for waiving the entrance examination, ie. verification of fulfillment of conditions other than by an entrance examination (ie. admission without entrance exams) upon written request submitted no later than March 15, 2017 to study department or by postal transportation (crucial is the date of dispatch requests): 1a) A-level examination results – physics or mathematics, chemistry, biology: Minimum results: A, A, B The examination must be carried out in the academic year 2015/2016 at the latest or 1b) Results of International Baccalaureate (IB) in Area 4 (Experimental Sciences) with Chemistry, Biology and Physics or Mathematics, all in Higher Level: Total – minimum sum of points from the given 3 subjects: 19 The examination must be carried out in the academic year 2015/2016 at the latest or 1c) Results of a comparable examination (e.g. SAT): Overall minimum score: 85. percentile The examination must be carried out in the academic year 2015/2016 at the latest or 1d) Grade average for graduating subjects (applicants attending secondary education in Germany): Grade average during the whole period of study: better than 1,30 The applicant must graduate from secondary education in the academic year 2016/2017 2) The entrance examination will be waived for 25 best candidates ranked in order of the above criteria, and all candidates who have achieved the same result shall obtain a decision with the same content of the verdict. Preparatory course The Third Faculty of Medicine organizes a preparatory Premedical Course running from January till May 2017. Tuition of the following subjects will take place: biology, physics, chemistry, Czech language and medical terminology. Information on the exercise of graduates After successful completion of study, students receive the title MUDr. (M.D.) and may apply for positions in all M.D. specialization fields. [-]

Medical Program

Bond University
Campus 252 weeks January 2017 Australia Robina

The Medical Program is comprised of two sequential degrees – the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) and the Doctor of Medicine (MD). All students selected for entry into the Medical Program will have to complete both the BMedSt and MD to be eligible for registration as a medical practitioner in any state or territory in Australia or New Zealand with the knowledge, skills and attributes that a doctor requires to safely and effectively practise medicine in today’s complex healthcare environment. [+]

This program is currently only open to Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents, holders of an Australian Humanitarian visa and New Zealand citizens (but not New Zealand permanent residents).ACADEMIC ENTRY REQUIREMENTS The Medical Program^ is comprised of two sequential degrees – the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) and the Doctor of Medicine (MD). All students selected for entry into the Medical Program^ will have to complete both the BMedSt and MD. Both degrees are awarded at the completion of Year 5. The Medical Program^ commences with the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) which is an undergraduate program and so is open to Year 12 school leavers. The BMedSt is also open to students who have completed an undergraduate program. Enrolments in the program are strictly limited to ensure small class sizes and sufficient clinical placements. As such, entry is extremely competitive. Postgraduate applicants will be evaluated based on the following criteria: GPA from a previous university degree completed within the last nine years which must include Year 12 English and Chemistry OR Maths B OR Physics OR an equivalent. Applicants who do not meet these requirements must complete an approved bridging course before their application can be considered. Structured interview ranking. For full entry requirements visit bond.edu.au/medicine. Applicants are selected through a rigorous assessment process based on outstanding academic achievement, in combination with a demonstrated ability to achieve graduate outcomes of knowledge and critical thinking, leadership, initiative and teamwork, communication skills, responsibility, ethical decision-making skills, motivation and non-verbal reasoning. Short-listed applicants will be required to attend an interview in person at Bond University, where their general suitability to medicine and preparedness to undertake a highly demanding course will be examined. Applicants will be interviewed by individuals from medical and non-medical backgrounds who are trained in entry-style medicine interviews.APPLICATION PROCESS Applications must be lodged through QTAC (www.qtac.edu.au) and should include all required documentation, providing evidence of your Year 12 subject results in English and Chemistry OR Maths B OR Physics OR an equivalent. Bond University will determine your eligibility based on an assessment of academic performance. Bond University will invite short-listed applicants to attend an on-campus interview. DESCRIPTION The Medical Program^ is comprised of two sequential degrees – the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) and the Doctor of Medicine (MD). All students selected for entry into the Medical Program^ will have to complete both the BMedSt and MD to be eligible for registration as a medical practitioner in any state or territory in Australia or New Zealand. Both degrees are awarded at the completion of Year 5. The Medical Program^ is designed to equip graduates with the knowledge, skills and attributes that a doctor requires to safely and effectively practise medicine in today’s complex healthcare environment. The Medical Program^ is distinguished by its strong educational focus on case-based learning, evidence based medicine and integrated clinical practice. Due to small class sizes, students learn in a highly personalised environment with state-of-the-art equipment. Students benefit from a variety of teaching and learning systems, including case-based small group tutorials, problem-based learning, practical classes, clinical skills and laboratory training, self-directed learning, web-based and e-learning, interactive seminars and lectures. This contemporary approach to medical education ensures that learning relates directly to patient care and prepares graduates to assume a high level of responsibility. The Medical Program^ is comprised of 14 semesters total over the two sequential degrees, or equivalent to 7 standard academic years in duration. However, with Bond’s three semesters-per-year timetable and intensive clinical training periods, the Medical Program^ is completed in just 4 years and 8 months, with graduates then eligible to apply for hospital internships.PROGRAM STRUCTURE*BACHELOR 0F MEDICAL STUDIESYEARS 1 – 3 “THE PRE-CLINICAL YEARS” In the first two years (5 semesters) in the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) learning and teaching occurs mainly in small group sessions comprised of interactive cases through problem-based learning, as well as clinical skills laboratories, simulation activities, community and clinical placements and a cultural immersion experience.The program extensively uses a problem-based learning (PBL) approach, where each week introduces a clinical case around which the learning is integrated. In the third year, students are located at the University Clinical Education and Research Centre at Robina Hospital. This enables students to have a full additional year immersed in the clinical environment and acts as an excellent transition from the campus based learning to the full immersion in the workplace in the MD component of the Medical Program^. Year 1 2 semesters Year 1 commences with the molecular and cellular foundations of life and then guides learning through the first cycle of the body systems, arranged in generations. This cycle focuses on: Introducing the structure and function of discrete organs Psychological basis of normal human behaviour Sociological basis of the behaviours of populations The foundations of an effective practitioner are explored through an introduction to conducting effective observations of people both healthy and ill. This involves the beginning of the development of the understanding of and the skills involved in effective interpersonal communication, group work and collaborative learning. Collectively, integrated learning opportunities provide the foundations of: Awareness of the roles of the doctor and healthcare system The impact of illness on the patient, their family and society The ethical basis of patient-centred health care Year 1 also includes an Indigenous focus, with a cultural immersion experience occurring in Semester 2 as part of Bond’s innovative Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health curriculum.Year 2 3 semesters Year 2 is framed around a second cycle through the body systems and focuses on: Relationships between structure and function, building complexity into an integrative systems focus Mechanisms of disease and infectious organisms Normal compensatory mechanisms for restoring normal function Knowledge of psychosocial frameworks is deepened and broadened to explore the varied responses of individuals, groups, populations and cultures to disease as well as the exploration of psychosocial factors that contribute to disease and impact on patient healthcare, highlighting the complexities of health inequities. The foundation knowledge and skills of a competent practitioner continue with a focus on history taking and physical examination of discrete systems. The ethical complexities of health care are then further explored inclusive of the legal framework for provision of health care and placements in health care settings will provide the context for introducing healthcare systems.Year 3 3 semesters In Year 3, the format of learning changes from facilitator guided, problem-based learning to clinician lead, case-based learning. Bond has developed the Bond Virtual Hospital © which is a virtual clinical learning environment where students work in small groups to diagnose and manage a range of clinical cases. At both the University campus and the Clinical Education and Research Centre, Bond has an accredited, advanced simulation facility that provides an authentic context to the procedural and clinical skills that students acquire in preparation for their clinical work in the final two years of the program. Over the course of the year, students complete clinical rotations which mirror where they will be placed in the final two years of the curriculum. The rotations include General Practice, Medicine, Surgery, Mental Health, Child Health, Women’s Health, Emergency and Critical Care. Students are also exposed to the clinical sciences of pathology and pharmacology and learn the principles of medical imaging. The Centre for Research in Evidence-Based Practice is the leading research centre at Bond University. Research activity is focused on understanding the gaps between research evidence and its application to practice. In Year 3, students will have the opportunity to complete a course through this centre. They will learn from academics of international standing, and gain first-class skills in assessing evidence in medical practice. In addition, students complete research modules and written assessments that provide them with the foundation skills they need to complete their project requirements for the MD. Please be aware that due to placement opportunities, the length of semesters may vary compared to the standard Bond academic calendar.OUTCOMES Completion of Years 1 – 3 fulfils the requirements of the Bachelor of Medical Studies and enables students to transition into the Doctor of Medicine, which comprises the final two years of the Medical Program^.DOCTOR OF MEDICINE YEARS 4 – 5 “THE CLINICAL YEARS” The Doctor of Medicine (MD) component is an Extended Masters level program and is undertaken through clinical rotations in hospital and community healthcare settings, as well as face-to face teaching at timetabled education sessions. During this time, students undertake a research or professional project, or a capstone experience and prepare a portfolio of their work. Year 4 3 semesters Year 4 includes rotations through the following clinical disciplines: Child Health Medicine Mental Health Surgery Women’s Health In Training Assessment (ITA) is conducted throughout the year as well as end of year Written Assessment and Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs). Students also collect the outcomes of their work in a portfolio. Students will also plan their MD project, which will be undertaken in Year 5. The project involves a program of structured learning with independent or group research and practice based learning. Students will be able to select one of three options: A research-based project A capstone experience A professionally focused project. Please be aware that due to placement opportunities, the length of semesters may vary compared to the standard Bond academic calendar. Year 5 3 semesters Year 5 includes rotations through the following clinical disciplines: Emergency Medicine General Practice Critical Care / Anaesthetics / Orthopaedics Selective (Students have the opportunity to select an area of sub-specialty interest) Elective / pre-internship rotation (Students have another opportunity to undertake further clinical placements either in Australia or overseas, which can be their final capstone experience). In Training Assessment (ITA) is conducted throughout the year as well as end-of-year Written Assessment and Objective Structured Clinical Examinations (OSCEs). Students also submit their final portfolio at the end-of-year for points accrual. Students will also complete their MD project during their elective or selective, which is either a research or professional project, or a capstone experience. The project will culminate in the submission of a final report and presentation at the end-of-year conference. Please be aware that due to placement opportunities, the length of semesters may vary compared to the standard Bond academic calendar.PROFESSIONAL OUTCOMES Graduates of the sequential degrees (BMedSt and MD) will have the appropriate knowledge, attitudes and skills to function effectively as interns in Australian hospitals and will be ideally positioned to undergo further training in any of the Australasian specialty colleges. Our previous Medical graduates have secured internships in hospitals across Australia and New Zealand.PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITION The Bond Medical Program^ (Bachelor of Medical Studies and Doctor of Medicine) is accredited by the Australian Medical Council (AMC) ensuring that it meets or exceeds the agreed national guidelines for medical education. Upon successful completion of the two sequential degrees in the Medical Program^, graduates are eligible for registration as a medical practitioner in any state or territory in Australia or New Zealand.BOND UNIVERSITY BACHELOR OF BIOMEDICAL SCIENCE PATHWAY Students eligible to graduate from the Bond University Bachelor of Biomedical Science in the Pre-Health Professional major meeting the minimum required GPA will be eligible to be considered for selection to enter Year 2 of the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) component of the Medical Program^. The selection process will be based on GPA, performance on GAMSAT and an interview with offers made once results and final GPA become available. Up to 5 places in Year 2 will be reserved for the Bond Biomedical Science (Pre-Health Professional major) graduates. Please note current Medical Program^ requirements still apply.^The Medical Program is comprised of two sequential degrees – the Bachelor of Medical Studies (BMedSt) and the Doctor of Medicine (MD). All students selected for entry into the Medical Program^ will have to complete both the BMedSt and MD to be eligible for registration as a Medical practitioner in any state or territory in Australia or New Zealand. Both degrees are awarded at the completion of Year 5. [-]

International MD Program

Università Vita-Salute San Raffaele
Campus 6 years October 2017 Italy Milan

The International MD Program at Vita-Salute San Raffaele University has been designed to foster a new kind of doctor. This doctor will possess the necessary human, cultural and professional values to provide healthcare and share ideas in today’s globalized world. [+]

Best Part time M.D. in Doctor of Medicine. The International MD Program at Vita-Salute San Raffaele University has been designed to foster a new kind of doctor. This doctor will possess the necessary human, cultural and professional values to provide healthcare and share ideas in today’s globalized world. The MD program at the Vita-Salute San Raffaele University enjoys recognition from the World Health Organization, the British General Medical Council and by the US Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG®). Key Features of the Program The key features that make the International MD Program unique are: - Thirteen ECTS credits – devoted to the Humanities: philosophy, ethics, human sciences, philosophy of science and language and communication skills are studied for preparing a new doctor that has the cultural and professional background needed in today’s globalized world. - Assessment of knowledge acquisition with the collaboration of an external, independent third-party: this allows thorough assessment of student preparation as well as measuring teaching efficacy based on reliable international benchmarks; - International electives and training activities abroad: the curriculum has been designed to allow students to complete the American licensing examinations USMLE step 1 and 2 in the correct timing and to spend part of their final year abroad taking part to international electives and pre-residency programs. - Small classes: a select and limited number of students are admitted each year following an entrance test based on analytical and logical skills. Students from diverse backgrounds, from all over the world, easily become part of the multicultural environment of San Raffaele. - English is the official language for all lessons, practical activities and examinations: italian language courses are organized during the first years to foreign students in order to enable interaction with patients during the clinical years. Students in San Raffaele study in an exciting environment, where breakthroughs are being made every day in the treatment of acute and chronic conditions. The medical school, research institute and hospital at San Raffaele all boast state-of-the-art facilities allowing for unsurpassed interaction. Curriculum The curriculum of the San Raffaele International MD Program is a solid but innovative curriculum based on two initial preclinical years which take a solid in-depth look at the basic-sciences needed for the medical profession, as well as at the human sciences required to develop an effective doctor-patient relationship. The preclinical years are followed by three clinical years which aim to develop articulate medical skills both at theoretical and practical level. The sixth, and final, year will be entirely dedicated to the preparation of a thesis and to the acquisition of specialist notions that will facilitate access to residencies and post-graduate programs. A personalized curriculum: in addition to the core subjects, students will be able to personalize their academic careers choosing from a wide range of tailored activities and insights. English is the official language for lessons, practical activities and exams. Italian language courses will be organized during the first years both to facilitate every day life in Italy and also to enable interaction with patients during the clinical years. The total number of credits foreseen for the 6 year medical course is 360 which are organized according to the IMDP General Study Plan. According to the number of credits achieved within the end of the academic year, the student is enrolled to the correct year. If at the end of an academic year a student has more than 20 total credits missing, he/she will be enrolled to the previous year as a REPEATING STUDENT (in Italian – FUORI CORSO) and will have another whole year to catch up with the missing exams. Requirements Candidates must make sure they have the correct documents for enroling should they pass selection: The minimum academic requirement for enrolling to a medical degree course in Italy, is to possess a high school diploma and have at least 12 years of education. Non Italian high school certificates must be translated and legalized by the Italian Consulate/ Italian Cultural Centre who gives the final Declaration of Validity of the title called Dichiarazione di Valore (DV). Without this document the University cannot accept enrolment even if the student has passed selection so, if you have any doubt, please verify you meet the requirements with your local Italian Diplomatic Authority. Lessons and Exam scheduling Here is some general information on lesson and exam organization to help you understand how the Academic Year is structured. The Academic year begins on the first days of October and ends on the 30th of September. In the first two years there is a distinction between lesson period and exam period and the academic year is organized in two semesters; The 1st semester begins in October and ends in January with the Christmas break in December. The month of February is entirely dedicated to exams (Winter exam session) The 2nd semester begins in March and ends in June. The months of July and September are dedicated to exams (Summer and Autumn exam session) The Summer break is in August when there is no academic activity going on within the University. Lessons normally begin at 9 am and end at 4 or 6 pm according to the different subjects and to possible laboratories or practical activities. Lunch break is from 1 to 2 pm. Full time attendance is requested. From the 3rd year the lessons are structured in ‘blocks’ which means that the students concentrate on one subject at a time, therefore the semester division and exam sessions are not so strictly defined as in the first 2 years. After each ‘block’ of lessons the students have a week’s study leave and then they sit for the exam before passing on to the next block. For each subject there can be up to 5 exam dates spread over and during the various exam sessions (for example, 2 in February, 2 in July and 1 in September). Some subjects may require mid-term exams as well. The Italian system of evaluation goes from 18 points to 30 cum laude, where 18 means pass and 30 cum laude corresponds to honours. [-]

Medical Doctor

Universidad Central de Nicaragua
Campus 6 years February 2017 Nicaragua Managua

Define the concept of health for the welfare and quality of life highlighting the social relevance of medical education recognizing the need for a new biomedical and social scientific model that projects and substantiate a new educational paradigm and care depending on the individual community. Responding to the growing needs and demands unmet health of the majority of the Nicaraguan population, in a context of political and social economic crisis and a new international context [+]

Academic profile Define the concept of health for the welfare and quality of life highlighting the social relevance of medical education recognizing the need for a new biomedical and social scientific model that projects and substantiate a new educational paradigm and care depending on the individual community. Responding to the growing needs and demands unmet health of the majority of the Nicaraguan population, in a context of political and social economic crisis and a new international context. Career Name: General Medicine Degree Awarded: MD Types of courses: Regular Entry Requirements: High School Diploma Graduation requirements: Have passed the subjects of the race Graduation Requirements: To approve the monograph or degree examination Practices Study: Hospital Roberto Huembes, Santiago Regional Hospital in Jinotepe, Managua Dermatological Center and other MINSA It is taught in: Central Campus, Portezuelo and Jinotepe Labor camp You can exercise independently or in partnerships, private or state practice for the welfare and rehabilitation of the citizen soon. [-]

Medicine at Medical University Varna

Medi-Connect
Campus 6 years October 2017 Bulgaria Varna

​The six-year medical studies in English allow students to enroll in the medical school directly from high school. The program is designed for students who are strongly motivated, have a good command of both written and spoken English and interest in medical science. [+]

Best Part time M.D. in Doctor of Medicine. Medical studies without NC and without waiting time With Medi-Connect   Would you like to study medicine or pharmacy without NC (Numberus clausus)? Medi-Connect specializes in the secure placement of study places abroad. Your benefits at a glance: Study without NC (Numberus clausus) Study without waiting Wish study place regardless of the Abitur grade Studying at renowned medical faculties abroad Study in English All-round support by MediConnect On request, Medi-Connect offers comprehensive additional services to make your entry into the medical studies and pharmacy studies in Bulgaria as easy and comfortable as possible. Our promise: you will get your desired university place without delay , regardless of the final grade and no NC. We will be at your service 24 hours a day by phone. In addition, we will be pleased to meet with you to prepare for the return, which will make it easier for you to get back to Germany in the future. Medi-Connect Varna Intermed Group Ltd Sofia BG is a subsidiary of the INTERMED GROUP Group headquartered in Sofia, with branches in every city in Bulgaria (Sofia, Plovdiv, Pleven, Varna and Stara Zagora), where medical faculties are established. We are a German Bulgarian-based company and have successfully supervised students from Germany, Sweden, Turkey, Kuwait, Israel, Greece, Spain and Italy since 2004. As specialists in the field of medical studies in Bulgaria, we look after several hundred clients every year in the same study subjects and the same Bulgarian Medical Universities. We represent exclusively the interests of our clients / students. Our services are serious, professional and individually tailored to your needs. We take care of our students during their complete study period and ensure that you pass your semester examinations without delay and successfully. We achieve this by being on-site 365 days a year and maintaining the best connections and contacts with the relevant university professors. Our motto: Successful students and happy parents are customers of MediConnect. [-]

Six-year Programme of Medicine

Wroclaw Medical University
Campus 6 years October 2017 Poland Wrocław

The English programme of medicine consists of six successive academic years of medical, preclinical and clinical studies and is adapted to the common European programme, in keeping with the European admission standards for medical education. [+]

Learning to be a doctor involves the most expensive - and one of the longest- courses of study for any degree, so it is essential that those thinking of medicine as a career are absolutely sure that this is what they want to do with their working lives, before taking the first step and applying to enter a medical school. The English programme of medicine consists of six successive academic years of medical, preclinical and clinical studies and is adapted to the common European programme, in keeping with the European admission standards for medical education. Applicants are expected to have excelled in basic science courses in physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics and English. The academic year formally starts on the 1st of October and is divided into two five-month terms (semesters), including examination sessions. The student must successfully complete all of the course work of one academic year, before being approved for promotion to the next year. Part I of the study, the preclinical (or theoretical) two years at the Medical School, is devoted to the following subjects: medical chemistry (inorganic and organic), biophysics, biology, anatomy, histology, embryology, genetics, immunology, cytophysiology, biochemistry, computing techniques, physiology, Latin, physical education, first aid and resuscitation. Foreign students must take a course in the Polish language during these two years in order to be able to communicate with the patients from the third year onwards. Part II of the study, the clinical four years, starts in the third year with pathology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, microbiology, introduction to medicine, paediatrics and surgery. The whole medical spectrum of clinical sciences will be covered by the end of the sixth year, which includes: internal medicine, general surgery, paediatrics, gynaecology and obstetrics, neurology, dermatology, psychiatry, ophthalmology, radiology, otorhinolaryngology, urology, pulmonology, rheumatology, forensic medicine, public health medicine, anaesthesiology, medical ethics and psychology. After successfully completing all work required during these six years, and after having passed all the prescribed examinations, the student will receive Diploma "dyplom ukończenia studiów magisterskich na kierunku lekarskim z tytułem zawodowym lekarza" . This document entitles a graduate student to receive postgraduate training and to take the state doctor's exam. Students will be required to attend the lectures, seminars, laboratories, clinical demonstrations, rounds and other activities prescribed in the Curriculum, including hospital training with night and weekend attendance. A four-week full-time hospital training is obligatory during the summer vacation July-September, starting after the first year of studies and proceeding throughout the next five years. This practice may be done in your own country or in any other country. Mission and profile of a graduate of the faculty of Medicine Wroclaw Medical University Faculty of Medicine taking part in realising the mission of Wroclaw Medical University in Wrocław, taking into account its heritage and the best traditions of the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Jan Kazimierz in Lvov, looking after and adding new to the goods of the past takes actions for development of medical sciences as well as education of the young people. The staff of the Faculty of Medicine respecting the manner of people choosing medicine as their way for life supports their decision and looks after creating their personality in the way that is devoted to a patient. A graduate of the medical programme is awarded a MD degree. He should have theoretical and practical skills in the field of making the first diagnosis, treatment, prevention and rehabilitation necessary for being a doctor, most of all the skills of conducting an examination, checking psychical and physical condition together with the right recognition of additional examinations and a skill of serving with a right help in a state of danger as well as consultation and directing to a specialist. He should be prepared to take part in the practiceonce he graduates, have knowledge and skills enabling, once he obtainsrights to practice as a doctor, to keep personal improvement in choosing a right specialisation and as far as the best graduates are concerned starting a new scientific career in the field of medicine. A graduate of the Faculty of Medicine, regardless the occupation, should in his working, social and personal life distinguish himself with being honest, right, receptive for suffering; he should be able to communicate with patients and represantives of other occupations; once he is a doctor should obey regulations of Codex of Medical Ethics and good sietific practice in the scientific work. Having achieved such a behaviour our graduate-doctor will be recognised by the society as a model of educated, honest, reliable and noble person. [-]

Doctor of Medicine MD

American University of Integrative Sciences St Maarten School of Medicine
Campus 2.8 - 3 years Open Enrollment Sint Maarten Cole Bay

American University of Integrative Sciences, St. Maarten School of Medicine, (AUIS) is an internationally recognized four-year program that gives our students a solid education in Allopathic Medicine with a sub-curriculum Master of Science in Integrative Medicine. [+]

Best Part time M.D. in Doctor of Medicine. Doctor of Medicine MD American University of Integrative Sciences, St. Maarten School of Medicine, (AUIS) is an internationally recognized four-year program that gives our students a solid education in Allopathic Medicine which is coupled with Integrative Medicine. These approaches give our graduates tools to prevent disease instead of focusing solely on reactive patient care. The American University of Integrative Sciences is a well-established Caribbean medical school which holds its charter from the government of St. Maarten. Our students study medicine with a special focus on community service, evidence-based complementary and alternative strategies, and the business of medicine. A versatile and modern course curriculum is offered by highly qualified and experienced faculty, supported by a talented and approachable staff. Clinical Clerkships are offered at over 60 affiliations in 20+ states, Canada, St. Maarten and globally. Fundamentals of Clinical Medicine is offered to students requiring assistance to prepare for USMLE Step I. Prep courses are also available for USMLE Step II CK and CS. Academic Requirements Baccalaureate degree: A baccalaureate degree is not required; however, all students who matriculate to American University of Integrative Sciences must complete 90 credit hours from an accredited university. These courses must include 2 semesters/1 year of College level Biology, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Physics, and College level Math. MCAT: The MCAT is not required at AUIS; however, if you take it and do well there are academic scholarships that are available to you. Medical School Prerequisites Biology: Biology 1 year, including laboratory work. Inorganic or General Chemistry: 1 year, including laboratory work Organic Chemistry: 1 year, including laboratory work. Physics: 1 year, including laboratory work. Mathematics: a college level math course is also required. Other Attributes of Successful AUIS Applicants Medical school can be very challenging. A successful applicant must excel in the STEM disciplines and possess the ambition and focus necessary to realize the dream of becoming a physician. Other Medical School Enrollment Information AUIS reserves the right to change admission requirements, application procedures, and admission policies at any time, without prior notice. Transfer Students: AUIS does accept transfer students from other medical schools. Transfer credit for courses taken as a matriculated student at another medical school may be awarded at the discretion of the Dean or his/her designee according to the following guidelines: The medical school where the courses were taken must be ECFMG-approved and W.H.O. listed. The course was completed in its entirety. Transfer credit will not be given for a course if only the first part of a two-part course was completed. A passing grade was earned in the course. Locations Basic Sciences Campus: Cole Bay, St. Maarten Clinical Education: AUIS's network of clinical affiliates includes hospitals in the United States, Canada, St. Maarten, and globally. Tuition per term Flat Rate: Basic Sciences* Terms 1-5/per semester: $9,850 Clinical Sciences Terms 6-11/per semester: $10,050 Funding Your Medical Education American University of Integrative Sciences, St. Maarten School of Medicine is committed to providing medical students with information to help them fund their education through student loan programs, medical school financial aid, and scholarships.   [-]