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Texila American University (TAU) is listed in the World Health Organisation. The AVICENNA Directories, which is a publicly accessible database of schools, colleges, and universities for education of academic professions in health.
TAU is recognised by the Department of Education Via registration with the National Accrediation Council of Guyana.
TAU is listed in the International Medical Education Directory (IMED). This is an accurate and up-to-date compilation of international medical schools recognized by the appropriate government agency in the medical school's respective country. Recognition by the ECFMG depends directly on whether or not the school is listed in this directory.
Do I take a board review course? What specialties should I apply to? What programs are “IMG friendly”? What is ERAS? How do I become ECFMG qualified? These are but a few of all the questions that must be addressed for one to have a legitimate chance of residency placement. . . Texila American University has created the ultimate seminar for the proper preparation of the international medical student/graduate for successfully getting into a U.S. residency program. . .
The process for an internationally trained medical student or graduate is clearing all of the hurdles. Placement into a U.S. residency training program is very ominous and daunting. Do I take a board review course? What specialties should I apply to? What programs are "IMG friendly"? What is ERAS? How do I become ECFMG qualified? These are but a few of all the questions that must be addressed for one to have a legitimate chance of residency placement.
Texila American University has created the ultimate seminar for the proper preparation of the international medical student/graduate for successfully getting into a U.S. residency program. While we cannot guarantee acceptance into residency, this seminar is a must for all international medical students or graduates, who have hopes of getting into residency.
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We help 5th semester medical students transition from basic science to clinical medicine. Giving them a clear understanding of what it means to be a physician, in addition to preparing them for Step 1. The overall goal is to improve the thought process associated with health care delivery, by making it more effective and efficient. There are several components of the program that will accomplish our mission of preparing students to practice medicine.
Our site is NBME approved for examinations.
Students will rotate with Attending Physicians in alternating weeks to observe and have hands on participation in the practice of medicine. It is advisable that each student maximize the value of this opportunity by taking advantage of the resources, physicians, and learning opportunities offered through the clinical experience provided.
To compliment the clinical rotations, there is a lecture series on relevant clinical topics that students attend in alternative clinical weeks. These topics are for USMLE Step 1 preparation and include a wide range of major disease processes students will need throughout their career. The mornings are dedicated to basic science review and the afternoons to case presentation and lecture on the presented case.
Utilizing several components, students will demonstrate their intellectual and practical growth. These components include quizzes, exams, presentation of a patient case, and a comprehensive portfolio of S.O.A.P notes taken by the student during the rotation
|Core Clerkships (48 weeks)|
|Elective Clerkships (24 weeks)|
|Clerkships of Interest||24|
|Total 72 Weeks|
Clinical rotations are scheduled in both academic and private practice hospitals. All Clinical rotations, Core and Electives can be completed in one state.
During the clinical rotations program, students develop knowledge and skills in fundamentals of patient interviewing and physical examination.
|Pre-med||$3,500.00 per semester||3 semesters per year |
|5th Semester||$5,800.00 per semester||16 weeks per semester|
|Pre-clinical||$4,500.00 per semester||16 weeks per semester|
|Clinicals||$5,800.00 per semester||72 week|
|Registration Fee||$150 per semester|
|Security Deposit||$1000 - The security deposit is paid only after the slot has been secured and is therefore deemed unrefundable.|
You can join our clinical program even if you have not passed your usmle step 1 exam.
We prepare you for your exams while you are in clinicals.
The best way to pass USMLE examinations is to prepare properly for them. One cannot guess what topics or questions will be on the examinations. For most students knowing what to read and what questions to practice is quite a challenge.
Texila American University offers you proven STEP 1 board review, increasing your chances of passing the boards on your 1st attempt.
Start Now! Prepare for Step 1, while in clinicals.
For detailed information, please contact us.