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MedRookie supports students through every stage, from exploring medical schools, attending medical school, through residency and continuing medical education.

Launched in 2014, MedRookie aims to provide resources relating to a student’s medical career path and people can connect with one another in an online community forum. MedRookie utilizes a medical school database, offers peers to connect with one another with study groups, provides open resources, and provides information on studying medicine abroad.

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International Medical Schools Whose IMGs Enter U.S for Residency

International medical graduates (IMGs) play an essential role in the US health care system and comprise about 25% of physicians in practice. All IMGs go through the US medical licensing examination and verifying of credentials to receive certification from the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) to become eligible [...]

Reasons to Study Medicine Abroad in Europe

Thousands of international students consider studying medicine abroad in Europe in English for a variety of reasons every year. Here are some of the top reasons why: Low Tuition fees International students who are interested in studying medicine in Europe can take advantage of enrolling in medical programs that have [...]

Some IMGs May or May Not Be Able to Practice in the USA after 2023

Students enrolling in an international medical school who want to ultimately practice in the U.S.A may be affected as they graduate in 2023 and beyond. The Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) declared that effective in 2023, physicians applying for ECFMG Certification will be required to graduate from a [...]

Medical Students During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has permeated throughout the world quickly and especially placed health professionals, doctors, nurses, and essential workers on the front line. Medical students are impacted by this pandemic in a variety of ways and many of them are facing disruptions in their education. As each country slips into [...]

What is the International Medical Admissions Test (IMAT)?

The International Medical Admissions Test or IMAT is an exam for enrolling into select medical schools or faculties of medicine mainly in Italy.  Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing is working in tandem with Italian Ministry of University and Research (MUIR) on administering this exam. The IMAT is a subject-specific test in English [...]

Universities and Programs that require the IMAT

Students intending to apply for admission to the following Universities and Programs are required to take the IMAT. ** IMAT test dates and registration for the Humanitas University differ from the dates and registration process of the main IMAT test (September 2017). For more information, visit the Humanitas University [...]


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