As teratos stated (on other thread), MUA-Belize is listed with IMED; Plus I'm "living proof" that MUA-Belize is a legit school since I'm sitting for Step 1 exam next month. Had no problems being vertified by ECFMG. And there are students at clinical sites who are doing their rotations, have sat for boards (and passed), or/and doing both (studying and doing clinical rotations).World directory of medical schools The WHO Department of Human Resources for Health (HRH) is now upgrading the World directory of medical schools, formerly available via WHO's website. The new Directory will be a web-based database with comprehensive information on health training institutions worldwide, including schools of medicine, dentistry, nursing, midwifery, public health, pharmacy and rehabilitation. HRH is pursuing this project in order to make information easier to find. We also intend to improve the content of the database, which requires a major change in technology and close collaboration within and outside WHO. We appreciate your understanding and patience. The new site will be available soon. In the meantime, readers are reminded that WHO has no authority to grant any form of recognition or accreditation to schools of medicine or other training institutions. Such a procedure remains the exclusive prerogative of the national government concerned. December 2005
Also want to add... when I started in January of 2004, the school was listed in WHO and IMED.