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My college was committed to the education of high-quality physicians and health professionals, and to international recognition as a leader in distributed, learning-centered, community-engaged education and research. My GPA was around 8. I had applied through an online application form after paying an application fee of around $100.
The four-year MD Program curriculum is organized around five themes that connect learning and assessment into a single, integrated curriculum. My program engaged in a combination of small and large group learning, practical and lab learning, and significant community-based experiences that combine clinical, medical, and human sciences into a powerful, innovative, and socially accountable program developed around NOSM?s Academic Principles and Vision, Mission, and Values. Upon completion of the Program, graduates will have earned an MD degree and are ready and able to undertake postgraduate training anywhere in Canada, albeit, with a special affinity for training and clinical practice in northern urban, rural, remote, Indigenous, and Francophone communities.
I completed my MBBS from a reputed university in my country where I scored 95%. I wanted to pursue my MD from a university abroad so that I get exposed to a new type of teaching method and have a different, cross-cultural experience. I got to know about the Northern Ontario School of Medicine from a college fair and immediately applied online through OMSAS and paid the application fee of $220.
The course was designed and organized around five themes. Northern and rural health, personal and professional aspects of medical practice, social and population health, foundations of medicines, and clinical skills in health care. The degree concentrated on the overall development of us as individuals who should be prepared enough for life after MD and be in our best skill.