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bosek
05-25-2012, 09:30 PM
CMU doors opened in 2007 July. Closed in 2007 September.
CMU renamed and opened again as AGU in 2008. Closed again.
CMU Opened again in 2009 closed again in 2009.
CMU opened again in 2010 closed again in 2010.
CMU opened again in 2011, killed a student and is opened since forging charter documents.
They will close again as soon as the political landscape changes in the island. Because everyone knows
about the quality of CMU.

Offer of free tuition and free grades will not get you residency or licensure. If you are lucky you might get to take USMLE exam.

Buyer beware. Don't be stupid.

Dr.Yatz
11-07-2013, 07:35 PM
Where can I find links/references to these statements?

thirdworldhipster
11-21-2013, 03:22 PM
CMU doors opened in 2007 July. Closed in 2007 September.
CMU renamed and opened again as AGU in 2008. Closed again.
CMU Opened again in 2009 closed again in 2009.
CMU opened again in 2010 closed again in 2010.
CMU opened again in 2011, killed a student and is opened since forging charter documents.
They will close again as soon as the political landscape changes in the island. Because everyone knows
about the quality of CMU.

Offer of free tuition and free grades will not get you residency or licensure. If you are lucky you might get to take USMLE exam.

Buyer beware. Don't be stupid.
Good Lord! I had no idea people here just pulled information out of their *** (pardon the French).

The only thing stupid here is this entire post. I'm not sure what you mean by CMU "killed a student". Unfortunately, in 2011, there was an incident where a student was murdered by another student. It was a freak moment, and I'm not sure how you can hold the school responsible for a guy who went insane.

I'm not aware of the history of CMU prior to 2010, but I don't recall anyone saying that the school was closed in 2010.

I'm not sure what your source is and what do you mean it'll close again once the political climate changes on the island?I've been living on this island as a student since Fall 2012 and have yet to see anything that would indicate that this island is "politically unstable". There has been a handing over of power from the Dutch government, but on the ground, absolutely nothing changed. Everyone went to work, the stores remained opened, people went to school, tourists continued to come and go. If you are concerned about coming to Curacao or living on this island, you can always contact the US Consulate IN Curacao and talk to American officials here. You can also contact the Dutch Consulate in Chicago & Washington DC and speak to them about their views of the island.

Sources: Home | Consulate General of the United States Curacao (http://curacao.usconsulate.gov/)

The Netherlands Embassy in Washington, D.C., United States (http://dc.the-netherlands.org/)

Canadian students can contact the Honorary Consul of Canada in Curacao at the local number: 599-9-466-1115

There is also a British Consulate and an Indian Consulate in Curacao.


Offer of free tuition and free grades will not get you residency or licensure. If you are lucky you might get to take USMLE exam.


I'm not sure what deluded individual told you this school is free or the grades are free. Affordable tuition is not equivalent to "free" tuition. You can ask my family who have worked really hard to make sure that my tuition is paid for and I get the education I need. The courses here are difficult, and I encourage anyone to talk to current students of the school (myself included), you can find them on our facebook page.

We also have students (personal friends of mine) who have taken the USMLE exam and are starting (or have started) on their clinical rotations.

If you can afford to do so, I strongly encourage you to visit the Curacao campus. If you're in Chicago, you can always drop by their office and if you can do neither, then you can contact students through the CMU Students Facebook page or call the CMU offices in Curacao and Chicago to have your questions answered.







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