When considering a career as a doctor, you will find that the medical school admission requirements are more then grades that you make in undergraduate classes. In Kyrgyzstan, the International School of Medicine at the International University of Kyrgyzstan 33 34 offers a five-year medical program, with a requisite for English knowledge, that is recognized by the World Health Organization , the General Medical Council , and UNESCO The medical school is also partnered with the University of South Florida School of Medicine , the University of Heidelberg (Germany), the Novosibirsk Medical University (Russia), and the University of Sharjah (UAE).
In daily practice, however, there is no substantial difference between what a Doctor of Medicine or a Doctor of Medicine and Doctor of Surgery are allowed to do. When the degree is obtained, a record is created for that new doctor in the index of the National Ministry of Education (Ministerio Nacional de Educación) and the physician is given their corresponding medical practitioner’s ID, which is a number that identifies him and his academic achievements.
The most important reason is that if for whatever reason med school doesn’t work out, I don’t want to become a researcher for the next 30 years of my life (It’s a good job, just doesn’t interest me as much as engineering.) Also, as an international student, I plan to come home but I don’t know when, maybe after I graduate or maybe after the Medical School, if I joined it, and here in Egypt this majors cannot get you to any job, literally.
There are six medical schools in Ireland They are at Trinity College Dublin , the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland , University College Dublin , University College Cork , University of Limerick and the National University of Ireland, Galway (the National University of Ireland is the degree-awarding institution for all except the University of Limerick and Trinity College).
Cornell and Dartmouth were the only Ivies I came across that participate in holistic review but my list is by no means comprehensive (I did not do a systematic review of all schools) so I can’t comment on Harvard or Yale (although I would suggest looking at their admissions pages – you can usually get a good idea of their admissions philosophy there or sometimes through their Twitter or Facebook accounts).