The four-year Medical School for International Health is constructed in a manner similar to traditional North American M.D. programs. The first two years emphasize the study of the basic sciences and body systems, while years three and four are devoted to clinical clerkships and electives.
However, this program is unique in that the study of Global Health is integrated within all four years with distinct global health courses and through the insertion of relevant topics within the conventional medical courses. The clinical teaching in the third and fourth years emphasizes hands-on global health experiences in structured clinical settings in different communities and countries.
International Student Requirements:
Individuals with degrees from universities where the language of instruction is not English must submit results of the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), taken within one year of the application date.
Travel to Israel and the ability to remain for the full four years of study is only possible for students with passports from countries that have diplomatic relations with Israel.