International degree that prepares you for the USMLE® Examination, designed for those who wish to study medicine and subsequently complete a medical specialty in the United States of America.
- A unique medical school curriculum that integrates global health into all six years and prepares you to be a proactive leader in the world of medicine.
- An English-language program designed to prepare you for the USMLE® examination that enables you to meet residency application requirements for the United States.
- An academic formation focused on ethics, humanism and professional integrity. During your career, you will develop moral skills and values that will shape you into a remarkable professional of medicine.
- The opportunity to perform your clinical clerkships in several healthcare facilities throughout Mexico, United States and even Europe.
- With the knowledge, soft skills and hard skills that will allow you to assume the development of your medical
- The student is able to lead health programs and services in various areas.
- The student carries out health research projects and for an effective use of health technology.
- The student is a staff trainer and an active leader in health promotion, disease prevention, treatment and
A 6-year program of 90 courses structured in 12 semesters and 500 academic credits, through which you will receive the necessary preparation for a successful performance in the USMLE® examination.
- Year one and two: during these first two years, you will start with medical sciences such as morphology, physiology, nosology and therapeutics given in English and Spanish. In this period, theory and practice come together in the lab, with highly-advanced technologies, that you will start using during the first semester.
- Year three and four: in the third year, you’ll begin your clinical training divided in sixteen weeks of class each semester. You will also have access to workshops for the development of cultural skills, training you to practice medicine in an international environment. In the third and fourth years, you’ll begin your clinical training having the option to develop your clinical training in over 40 hospitals in Mexico through the clinical affiliation of the “Anáhuac Universities Network” with hospital centers all around the country, the US or some centers in Europe.
- Fifth Year: this is the internship year. A part of your program that is a mandatory year, essential for the medical student to integrate and consolidate the knowledge you acquired during the previous years of study. You can enroll for your internship year in our affiliated hospitals in México, USA, or Europe.
- Sixth Year: the sixth year is “Social Service”. All students of any profession must perform social service in the terms of the mexican laws in order to obtain a degree. Corresponds to the final year of professional development of medical students in higher education institutions, assign to a urban or rural Primary Health Care Facility of the Mexican government, throughout the state of Quintana Roo.
After concluding the 6-year program, an official certificate of studies legalized and apostilled by the Mexican Government is awarded to students who pass all courses of the program and USMLE® examination STEP 1 and STEP 2 CK & CS. Furthermore, the student will receive an Institutional official Title as a medical graduate that certifies completion of the program.
As an International medical student/graduate that pursues ECFMG Certification you must submit an Application for ECFMG Certification. The Application for ECFMG Certification consists of an on-line application and the Certification of Identification Form (Form 186) available through ECFMG’s Interactive Web Applications (IWA). The Application for ECFMG Certification requires that you confirm your identity, contact information, and graduation from or enrollment in a medical school that is listed in the World Directory as meeting ECFMG eligibility requirements. The examination requirements for ECFMG Certification include passing Step 1 and Step 2 CK & CS of the USMLE®.
- USMLE® STEP 1: assesses your understanding of and ability to apply important concepts of the basic sciences to the practice of medicine, with special emphasis on principles and mechanisms underlying health, disease, and modes of therapy. You will have to take USMLE® Step 1 at the end of your basic sciences formation in the second year (fourth semester). In order to advance to your clinical Sciences formation, it is mandatory that you take and pass this examination within six months after finishing basic formation.
- USMLE® STEP 2 CK & CS: component asseses your ability to apply medical knowledge, skills, and understanding of clinical science essential for the provision of patient care under supervision, with an emphasis on health promotion and disease prevention. The Clinical Skills (CK & CS) examination is a separate component of STEP 2 that uses standardized patients to test your ability to gather information from patients, perform physical examinations, and communicate their findings to patients and colleagues. You will have to take USMLE® STEP 2 CK at the end of your clinical sciences formation in the fourth year (eighth semester). In order to advance to your fifth year (Internship), it is mandatory that you take and pass this examination within six months after finishing clinical formation.
- USMLE® STEP 3: assesses your ability to apply medical knowledge and understanding of biomedical and clinical science essential for the unsupervised practice of medicine, with emphasis on patient management in ambulatory settings. The USMLE® program recommends that, for STEP 3 eligibility, you should have completed, or be near completion of, at least one postgraduate training year in an accredited US graduate medical education program that meets state board licensing requirements. Is the final examination in the USMLE sequence leading to a license to practice medicine in the United States without supervision.