New Student Orientation

New Student Orientation was held on Tuesday, January 4, 2011. The new students were introduced to the IAU program by the faculty and staff. Students received information regarding the rules and regulations at IAU as well as the layout of courses and grading policies. All faculty members presented a brief

New Student Orientation was held on Tuesday, January 4, 2011. The new students were introduced to the IAU program by the faculty and staff. Students received information regarding the rules and regulations at IAU as well as the layout of courses and grading policies. All faculty members presented a brief description of their background and their course. Several St. Lucian authorities also participated in orientation including a member from the Police Force, Fire Department, and Emergency Response Team. New students received course registration, student handbook, and other important documents. Also students and their guests were led on a student-guided tour by senior students. Faculty members met briefly with all students to explain the Faculty Advisor Program.

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Integration

Problem-based learning and clinical exposure during the basic sciences increases mastery of complex subjects and prepares students for the clinical sciences.

Commitment

Strong support services and a 5:1 student to faculty ratio both ensure personalized attention from the start of the application to beyond graduation.

Preparation

Basic sciences examinations, a required USMLE board review course, and comprehensive examinations all lead towards success on USMLE Step 1, Step 2 CK and Step 2 CS..

Value

A medical curriculum based on US standards, small class sizes, personalized student support, and a dedicated faculty are all provided at an affordable cost.

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