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Welcome to the Education Department (ED)

The Education Department is committed to empowering students to realize their individual academic and personal potential.The ED works to create an academically engaged community fostering a campus-wide commitment to a high standard of academic excellence and lifelong learning.This is accomplished by providing services and activities that complement and enrich medical education, improve student performance, and advance the university’s goals for learning, retention and development of medical professionals.

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Should I Consider Doing Medical School Abroad?
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Should I Consider Doing Medical School Abroad?

In both Canada and the United States, tens of thousands of students apply to medical schools every year. Unfortunately, it’s...
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Canadian Friendly U.S. Medical Schools
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Canadian Friendly U.S. Medical Schools

Being able to attend medical school is the culmination of many years of study, and represents both a great challenge...
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What is Neurology, and What Does a Neurologist Do?
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What is Neurology, and What Does a Neurologist Do?

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), neurological disorders affect up to one billion people worldwide. More specifically, nearly 50...
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Mission Statement

The Education Department (ED) empowers students to realize their potential by providing services and activities that complement and enrich classroom instruction, improve student performance, and advance instructional goals for learning, retention, and progression.

Learning Starts here…

To be successful in medical school, we recommend you adapt the way you learn. It is important to learn how to learn! The Education Department (ED) can help you evaluate your goals and align them with specific study strategies to guide you towards success. Success takes focus and dedication, along with an open mind, based on evidence-based research. Whether you are a MED ONE student or in the Basic Science Integration Course (BSIC), we have the tools for your success!

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