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Third Year Medical Student and Blogger Says Ross was the “Best Decision of My Life”

July 18, 2017

Hesham Hassan is the first to say that attending a Caribbean medical school wasn’t on his list of options – pursuing a MD degree abroad simply wasn’t on his radar. However, his wife introduced him to Ross and the more he researched, Hassan realized it was an opportunity he had overlooked.

According to Hassan, two of the biggest reasons he decided to attend Ross was that he didn’t have to delay attending medical school and the university’s residency attainment rates were “appealing”.

Now, in his third year of medical school with a gynecology clinical rotation under his belt, Hassan reflects on his medical school journey at Ross – with his wife and children along for the experience. Read more

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