This program is new, it takes time to develop clinical rotations, and it's SGU-London, for crying out loud. I disagree with your assessment. This university is well-established and will have absolutely no problems with licensing, because it is already world-renowned. Heck, at least they are honest about the situation in their curricular development, which is more than we can say about lots of places. If they had been around a few years ago, I definitely would have applied. SGU-London makes a much more impressive CV entry than most foreign medical schools.
Besides, for anyone starting now, the numbers for foreign grads matching after graduation are expected to plummet anyway... no matter where you go to school. If I had to do it all again, and I was trying to start now, I honestly don't know whether I would -- unless I was OK with the fact that I was probably going to spend my medical career outside of the US system.
Last edited by devildoc8404; 05-13-2012 at 01:45 AM.
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