Breaking Down Barriers
In years three and four all the studying, practicing and researching will be nearly 100% experiential. And they’ll be ready for clinical rotations. Because by the time they begin fifth semester, they have been immersed in medicine, and Spanish.
This not only will it help break down barriers between the student and patients wherever you end up; being bilingual and culturally aware will also make them much more valuable in the eyes of hospital and clinical administrators everywhere.
They’ll be ready for our clinical campus, our teaching hospital, and our affiliated hospitals. Real hospitals, with real patients. They’ll be ready to take on everything leading up to USMLE 2, and getting their medical degree. Be ready to learn through seeing and actually doing. And doing and doing.
Two Clinical Years Which Can Be Done In Mexico, U.S. Or Puerto Rico, U.S.
- Fifth & Sixth Semester: Core Clinical Clerkships Rotations
- Seventh & Eighth Semester: Elective Core Clerkships Rotations
UAG has over 20 affiliated hospitals in the US and PR and there are over 100 hospitals in Mexico.
For a list of hospitals click here.