Why are there so little posts on this forum compared to the other medical Universities in Poland?
Are there any students that are attending the english-speaking program? And if so- can anyone shed any light if the program has improved- if it prepares you well for the USMLE, your experiences at the University. any sort of help will be appreciated! All the chats in this forum appear to be very negative towards the school which is scary.
That link is over exaggerated. Ive had no personal bad experiences. Racism is everywhere even in the US and every part of the world.
The more important and pertinent information is this:
As recently as a couple of years ago, AIM had no US rotations. Guess that tells u about the USMLE "pass rate"and how well the school is "prepping its students for the USMLEs." Those who have made it into residency(which ive heard of only one out of many that graduated and i mean in the US not EUROPE or AFRICA or AUSTRALIA or ENGLAND) only do so because of their hard work and dedication. You basically teach yourself.
It's ironinc: you pay money to a medical school to teach you; not learn on your own. Hippocrates would be rolling over in his grave to see the amount of hipocrisy that's going on when private entities like AIM are profiting from future doctors while at the same time those same schools are so incompetent in teaching its students to become physicians.
The truth is stranger than fiction and always scarier than lies.
Here are the cliches: You get what you pay for and beware of buyers remorse.
I know many students who graduated and still dont work as doctors. That says alot.