SSUHSI - Doctor of Medicine Program Application

Application Process

Step 1: KNOW THE DEADLINE, WHICH IS JANUARY 20TH

Step 2: ENSURE YOUR ELIGIBILITY (see “A” below)

Step 3: NOTIFY THE FOLLOWING OF YOUR INTENT TO APPLY

  1. Ms. Gigi Rogers
  2. APRDP Office

Step 4: SEND THE FOLLOWING ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS TO UNMC

  1. Send the following to UNMC, via ETS school code: 6896 (select “no department listed”).
    1. Official GRE scores
    2. Official TOEFL scores (IELTS may be used in place of TOEFL)
  2. Send the following via email to Ms. Gigi Rogers:
    1. Curriculum Vitae
    2. Personal Narrative (describe your desire to become medical doctor)
    3. One recent photograph (2” x 2”)
    4. Three Letters of Recommendation (must be sent from the recommenders)
  3. The following two items must be sent officially by your institution to the address below:
    1. Official transcripts (must be in English)
    2. Official degree statements (must be in English)

Attn: Ms. Gigi Rogers
University of Nebraska College of Medicine
Office of Admissions and Student Affairs
985527 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, Nebraska 68198-5527 

Step 5: TOP CANDIDATES WILL INTERVIEW VIA SKYPE AT END OF JANUARY

Step 6: WHEN CHOSEN FOR ADMISSION, MUST DEMONSTRATE ADEQUATE PROGRAM FUNDING AND COMPLETE AMCAS ONLINE APPLICATION

  1. AMCAS application
  2. Reviewed by the College of Medicine

STRONGLY SUGGESTED: MCAT (MEDICAL COLLEGE ADMISSION TEST)

  1. Scores from tests taken over 3 years prior to intended entrance year will not be accepted.
  2. If you have not yet taken the MCAT, please consider taking it in Hong Kong on January 23, April 24 or May 17, 2014. If chosen for application, the MCAT becomes a requirement for each student, to be taken before or after arrival to UNMC.

A.     COURSEWORK AND LABORATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR THE PROGRAM

  • Candidates must be fresh graduates, or postgraduates currently enrolled in the masters degree program, or doctorate candidates in their first-year of studies.
  • Candidates should specialize in Clinical Medicine, Life Sciences or other Medicine-related fields in Chinese universities.
  • If the candidate's background is specialized in Clinical Medicine, there is no need to verify any course requirements.
  • If the candidates background is specialized in Life Sciences or other Medicine-related fields, candidates must ensure completion of the following coursework and laboratory requirements:
    • Biology/lab or Zoology/lab: 8-10 semester hours
    • General Chemistry/lab: 8-10 semester hours
    • Organic Chemistry/lab: 8-10 semester hours
    • Physics/lab: 8-10 semester hours
    • Humanities and/or Social Sciences: 12-16 semester hours
      Courses in the following may be used to fill this requirement: art, dramatic arts/theater, literature, English, music, foreign language, sociology, anthropology, psychology, child development, journalism, economics, geography, geology, speech, communications, history, government, political science, philosophy, religion, women's studies, and any ethnic studies courses.
    • Calculus or Statistics: 3 semester hours
    • English Composition: 3 semester hours
    • Biochemistry: 3 semester hours
    • Genetics: 3 semester hours

 

ANY QUESTIONS?

Ms. Gigi Rogers
Program Coordinator (Admissions)
University of Nebraska College of Medicine
Office of Admissions and Student Affairs
985527 Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, Nebraska 68198-5527
Email 

Or you may email the APRDP office.

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