medical school

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Noun1.medical school - a graduate school offering study leading to a medical degreemedical school - a graduate school offering study leading to a medical degree
grad school, graduate school - a school in a university offering study leading to degrees beyond the bachelor's degree
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The examination Philip had passed before he was articled to a chartered accountant was sufficient qualification for him to enter a medical school. He chose St.
Philip found that his first lecture was in anatomy, at eleven, and about half past ten he limped across the road, and a little nervously made his way to the Medical School. Just inside the door a number of notices were pinned up, lists of lectures, football fixtures, and the like; and these he looked at idly, trying to seem at his ease.
"A fine fever hospital in addition to the old infirmary might be the nucleus of a medical school here, when once we get our medical reforms; and what would do more for medical education than the spread of such schools over the country?
There are two kinds of medical schools in Japan, private, government.
To address this problem, 10 years ago the body that accredits medical schools issued a new requirement that all medical schools must implement policies that help them attract and retain more diverse students.
The company also offers admissions and residency advisement, in addition to consulting services for medical schools.
medical schools in fall 2018 has increased compared to previous years.
According to Rutgers, the goal of the program is to help pre-med students develop skills valued by medical schools such as interdisciplinary learning, broad-based critical thinking, collaboration, teamwork and a global perspective.
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board swiftly signed off on opening two new medical schools Thursday, months after a similar proposal from Sam Houston State University was subject to extensive debate and nearly shot down by the nine-member body.
First, that these programs might have a ripple effect at other medical schools, and create a movement for more students to earn a medical degree without incurring a crushing financial burden.
One of Taiwan's medical schools that provides healthcare instruction to foreign students, I-Shou University (ISU), has been added to a list of premier medical schools in the world, indicating that the teaching methods, clinical training, and R and D research of the institution have reached international standards.
Through the pre-med program at Kettering, her co-op experience at Hurley Medical Center in Flint and many leadership opportunities, Warburton was accepted into three medical schools, including her top choice at the University of Michigan.

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