Bridgetown International University offers an International-Standard MD Program to students worldwide. The program is designed by a team of medical experts based on US medical curriculum and strictly following the requirements of United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE), is a mandatory licensing examination required to be qualified to get a license to practice medicine in the US. Depending on the level of qualification of the students, the entire program can be completed in four or five years.
|1st year||Pre-Medical Program|
|2nd & 3rd year||Pre-Clinical Program|
|4th & 5th year||Clinical Sciences Program|
Pre-Medical or Basic Foundation for Medical Sciences Program is a 1-Year Program which lays the foundation of the MD Program. During Pre-Med, students go through the graduate level of medical disciples and are also given the opportunity to participate in outreach programs and go for occasional clinical visits.
Pre-Clinical or Basic Sciences Program is a 2-Year Program which facilitates problem-based learning and development of comprehensive knowledge of various medical domains. This is the phase when students build a theoretical base required for clinical experiences and medical practice and spend most of their time in research labs.
Clinical Rotations is the final phase of the MD Program during which students spend much of their time in hospitals and learn through observation and doing under expert guidance. Going on patient rounds, treating patients under guidance and being a part of operation teams are some of the exciting and most fruitful experiences provided by clinical rotations.
After medical graduation from Bridgetown International University, students are free to go for higher medical education, clear the country-specific licensing examination and start practice at a place of their choice.