Learn By Observing
Basic Sciences are taught at the Aruba campus by renowned and experienced professors who specialize in their respective subjects. They utilize cutting-edge teaching technology and simulations to enhance the learning experience.
The Basic Sciences Program spans two years and is divided into six four-month semesters. The sixth semester is dedicated to updating subject materials through the Multi-System Seminar (MSS) and strengthening the conceptual understanding of medicine through a Comprehensive Review. Many topics are delivered using a “Theme-Based Approach” to ensure a comprehensive understanding of the subjects. All students at Bay University are preparing themselves to enter residency through the USMLE in order to practice medicine in the US.
Learn By Doing
Bay University assigns Clinical Rotations and trains its medical students in ACGME-accredited teaching hospitals and University-approved clinical centers in the US. After completing two years of Basic Sciences Courses at the Aruba Campus, all the students move on to North American hospitals for Clinical Rotations. During this part of their study, they serve as members of a team that comprises students, residents, and consultants, which enhances their learning experiences.
During their rotations, they are involved in History Taking, Physical Examination, Interpretation of Laboratory Data, and Radiology Investigations, as well as undertaking certain procedures. This period is meant for ‘Core’ and ‘Elective’ Rotations, and upon successful completion, they move on to the Residency Program through the National Residency Matching Program.
Bay University School of Medicine offers Comprehensive Medical Training through ‘Organ Based Integrated Curriculum’ to aspiring Physicians, Surgeons and Researchers to practice medicine in the United States of America and beyond. These training programs aim at preparing students for learning medicine through a holistic approach.
An Organ Based Integrated Curriculum
The Bay University School of Medicine adopts a Curriculum that integrates all the subjects of Basic Sciences into an Organ Based ‘Module’ known as ‘Organ Based Integrated Curriculum’. The University creates an environment conducive for ‘Teaching Learning Activities’ in the campus that culminate in Higher Learning of the Subject Materials, Sympathy, Empathy and Professionalism.
Bay University runs a Pre-Medical Program for the prospective students who run short of eligibility for the MD Program. This Program is meant for students who have twelve years of schooling and will bridge the knowledge gap to understand the subjects of Medical Sciences. Beside Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Calculus, Research Methodology and Laboratory Procedures are also introduced in these modules. Basic Life Support Training is also introduced for all the Pre-Med students.
Basic Medical Sciences in Aruba
Two year Basic Sciences Program is organized into six Four-Month Semesters of which the Sixth Semester is booked for updating the subject materials through Multi-System Seminar(MSS) and strengthening the conceptual materials of medicine through Comprehensive Review. Many topics are delivered through ‘Theme Based Approach’ with the objective of acquiring thorough comprehensive knowledge of the subjects. All the students attending Bay University prepare themselves to enter Residency through USMLE, to practice medicine in the US. Basic Sciences is taught in the Aruba campus by renowned and experienced professors using Hi-Tech Teaching Technology and simulations that enhance the medical school experience.
Clinical Rotation in US
Bay University assigns Clinical Rotations and trains its medical students in university affiliated ACGME accredited teaching hospitals in the US. After completing two years of Basic Sciences Courses in Aruba Campus, all the students move on to North American Hospitals for Clinical Rotation. During this part of their study, they serve as a member of a team that comprises students, residents and consultants that will enhance their learning experiences. During their rotation, they are involved in History Taking, Physical Examination, Interpretation of Laboratory Data and Radiology Investigations and undertake certain Procedures. This period is meant for ‘Core’ and ‘Elective’ Rotation and on successful completion, they move on to the Residency Program through the National Residency Matching Program. The students also can opt for a Non-US hospital for their clinical clinical rotation at this stage.
How to Apply
Applying for a course at Bay University is as easy as 1-2-3
Submit the online application after attaching the required documents
Undergo an Interview via Phone/Skype upon receipt of the application
Expect a final decision within two days of completing the interview
Get In Touch
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