As you may know, RUSM enrolls three student cohorts per year. Ultimately, exactly when you choose to begin your medical school journey is completely up to you, but know that you may get some added strategic value out of enrolling right now for our January 2023 start.
All prospective medical students are curious to know what the transition is like from undergrad to medical school. In this blog, we take a look at the differences between the two educational experiences and provide some tips on how to make the transition smoother.
When applying to medical school you may think about what medical specialty you want to pursue. In this blog RUSM details how to find the right specialty for you!
In this blog, RUSM gives an overview of each year of medical school and a general overview of the subjects and courses that are covered. Read on to learn more about what each year of med school at RUSM entails!
Clinical rotations are one of the most exciting periods of your medical education experience. RUSM offers tips on how to transition into this phase with confidence and ace your clinical experience!
Need help preparing for the USMLE exams? Read on to learn more about tips and the steps you can take to succeed!
One stage that many students fear is the interview process. How should you prepare for a residency interview, and what steps can you take to ensure you present yourself in the best possible light? The following will walk you through key residency interview tips so that you can walk through the door with confidence.
What is global health exactly? Global health focuses on the health needs of populations worldwide. It has both a medical and a policy dimension. If you were to define global health as a field of study, it draws on a variety of disciplines, from economics, environmental science, epidemiology, sociology, and many others.
You’ve made the decision to go to medical school. But now you might be asking yourself these big questions: “What kind of doctor should I be? What medical specialty should I choose?” With 135 medical specialties and subspecialties out there, choosing the right one can be daunting. This guide will walk you through some common medical specialties to help you decide which medical profession might suit you best.
For many incoming students, the period between getting accepted into med school and starting your first semester can seem endless. You’ve read plenty about the school you’re planning to attend and its curriculum, but there are still some looming questions: what will your first week at a Caribbean medical school be like? What to expect at a Caribbean medical school as a new student?
Thinking about applying to medical school? AUC details 5 reasons to consider applying to a Caribbean medical school and why it may be a great option for you!
There are several things you might want to do before you start medical school. RUSM offers advice on how to be successful on your new journey as a medical school student.
Students who want to attend a Caribbean medical school—and practice medicine in the United States or Canada may be wondering: are medical schools in the Caribbean accredited, and if so how are Caribbean medical schools accredited?