Steps in the Right Direction
Learning to practice medicine in both English and Spanish, it’s one of the great benefits of going to medical school in Guadalajara. Not only will it help break down barriers between doctor and patients wherever they end up–New York, Arizona, California, Florida, Texas, etc., being bilingual and culturally aware will make you much more valuable in the eyes of hospital and clinical administrators everywhere.
Year 01 MS1
Anatomy, Cell and Molecular Biology. Ethics and Pathology. Neuroscience. Immunology.
* You’ll begin working with patients during the first year, through our Program of Medicine in the Community, that’s been providing quality medical care to local under-served communities.
Year 02 MS2
Serious Learning. All The Critical Core Learning That You’ll Need To Know In Order To Pass The USMLE Step 1.
Start USMLE registration through ECFMG on IWA (Interactive Web Applications)
* Self-assessments are provided to medical students and graduates through the NBME Self Assessment Services interactive site.
Take USMLE 1 before starting your clinical years is the most recommended to obtain your MD degree.
Year 03 MS3
After Step 1. Clinical Years Can Be Done In Mexico. U.S. Or Puerto Rico.
It will be demanding, to say the least family medicine. pediatrics, and general surgery. Trauma tology. otorhinolaryngology. endocrinology. This is where our rigorous program will really test you. In these final years, all the studying, practicing, and researching becomes nearly 100% experiential.
Year 04 MS4
Knowledge. From Experience Comes Understanding.
Completion of the UAG curriculum, passing the USMLE Step I, USMLE II CK (Clinical Knowledge) and USMLE II CS (Clinical Skills). You’ll be eligible for Graduate Medical Education (ACCME) approved postgraduate residency program.
Applying to Residencies with ERAS® Get ready for graduation and complete requirements for residency.
Need Help? Contact Our Enrollment Offices
We have a group of enrollment counselors that visit your area; they can assist you in some of the following ways:
- Setup a consultation to answer your questions and provide you with a presentation and materials of the 4 year program.
- Organize and host informational sessions for aspiring medical students in your area, or speak to student organizations, clubs, and classes.
- Answer any questions students have about UAG, including our admissions process, curriculum, and student life.