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    do CMU offer residency in newyork ?? i mean does it give licsence just like st.george and Ross universities ?

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    no it doesnt

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    I was told clinicals are in Chicago. CMU's youtube videos of students is of Chicago students.
    Last edited by Cavalier; 09-24-2013 at 04:12 PM.

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    No foreign medical school "offers residencies" in the US. You apply to residency programs (in states where your medical degree is accepted, if that was what you meant), and then if you are lucky you get interviewed, and then if you are fortunate enough you actually get matched into one of the places where you interviewed.

    Furthermore, no medical school "gives a license." The licensing authority (state, provincial, cantonal, etc.) does that. A school may or may not be eligible for licensure in a jurisdiction, but that is another issue entirely.

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    Would you know if CMU has a list of their residents for 2013 and upcoming 2014?

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    Nevermind my question
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    Apparently a bunch of you (70-80) will graduate next year. Good luck with residency applications. Have you all passed step one before or during MD5-10 clinicals? What was MD5 like? What is the quality of students?

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    Someone was asking at another thread if the people who graduated in April of 2014 already had residencies. I think it would be even better to answer that question here: Applications for residency open in September 2014, people get to apply, depending on the program, until around January of 2015 and in March 2015 people find out if they matched into a residency spot. Those who don't match get to apply into those programs who didn't fill up all their spots during the regular match and I believe that happens in April 2015.

    Regarding residency in other states. People have told me that once you become board certified in your field, you can pretty much practice anywhere even Texas. This is specially true if you work for an institution associated with the federal government such as armed services, or veteran's affairs hospitals.

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    Hi petro127:

    Good question. CMU graduates can apply to east coast states including NY and NJ for residency/training, however to able practice medicine varies with each state medical board. I am looking into that process myself as I am currently a 4th year student. I just checked the NY medical board website that had very useful information pertinent to your question you should check out.

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    CMU had its first official graduating class in 2014 so this data will be available spring 2015. please read my post under "how are clinical rotations?".
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