I have just read with interest the posted comments about IUHS. I just thought a brief commentary from a current student may be of interest. I am studying for a block exam. In the past eight weeks, I have attended 100 lectures in biochemistry, anatomy, cellular physiology, immunology, microbiology, and medical ethics. If you google the biochem prof, he has about 300 sited articles in prestigious publications accredited to his name in addition to 6 fiction novels! He is truly outstanding and worth every cent of the tuition. Immunology by a Ph.D, MD, Micro by a Ph.D clinical microbiologist with field experience, ethics by a Ph.D practicing clinical psychologist, anatomy by a tenured anatomy professor with more than 40 years teaching experience. I think you get my drift. The support and adjunctive resources and materials I have been provided overwhelm and each individual associated with the program has impressed me with their commitment to my success.
A colleague of mine recently passed step one USMLE with score of 86 first time with preparation by this program. I'm not sure what else one cold expect in preparation or support in an alternative pathway for medical licensure in the U.S.
While I'm not able to comment on the early years of the IUHS program, I can certainly state with complete honesty that I, for one, am completely satisfied with my education to date, and prospects for my future.
I thank you for this opportunity to express my gratitude to the IUHS faculty and chance to recommend the program to anyone interested in this career path. Remember, any program requires an individual to utilize the available resources and be motivated to succeed. No program can spoon feed positive outcomes. Thanks/JC