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VIDEO: Check Out These 2015 Match Reactions (and Tips) from RUSM Grads

July 08, 2015

I matched. These two words carry a lot of weight for medical school students in general, but they’re especially meaningful to graduates of Ross University School of Medicine (RUSM). Because it means that, after four years of training in Dominica and at our US clinical hubs, our students have finally made it to residency. They achieved their dreams.

Earlier this month, more than 800 of our graduates who earned residency spots in 2015 started their training at hospitals and healthcare centers throughout the United States, Canada, and beyond.  We interviewed several of these new residents in the weeks prior to residency start, and their excitement was palpable. (Scroll down to the bottom of this post for the links to some of these profiles.)

But don’t take our word for it—check out the video below for some reaction shots of newly matched RUSM grads. Not only will you get a sense of how excited they are at their achievements, but they’ll also share some thoughts on the Match experience, their time at RUSM, and more.

Get an inside look at what it’s like to match. Check it out!

 

 

Check out other RUSM Match stories below!

Two Tragic Stories Started This New Resident on Her Path to Practice Medicine

2014 Ross Grad "Elated" About His Residency Match Experience

RUSM Graduates Poised to Begin Residency Programs

Students, Grads All Smiles at RUSM Residency Reception in NY

Other Inspiring Videos on the RUSM YouTube Channel

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