The University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine (UNECOM), is nestled on the beautiful rocky coast of Maine. This extraordinary setting houses an educational program designed to prepare you for a rewarding career in osteopathic medicine while you enjoy all that the north-eastern United States has to offer.
Our curriculum educates medical students to become osteopathic physicians of the highest caliber in all aspects of medicine, supporting the combination of body, mind and spirit, and the power of touch. UNECOM provides an innovative, patient-focused curriculum that fosters an evidence-based, interdisciplinary, interprofessional-team and self-directed learning environment built upon a foundation of professionalism, ethics and community. Administration, faculty and staff are the backbone of this college, where student input is valued in the educational continuum.
UNECOM offers a variety of learning experiences for students to develop the patient care, knowledge base and clinical practice skills necessary to become the physicians for the future. Some of these experiences include facilitated small group discussions, clinical case-based learning, traditional didactic lectures, on-line educational modules, independent study, patient simulation and interaction with real patients in a variety of health care settings to ensure that students are prepared for success in whatever career path they choose.
UNECOM is fully accredited by the American Osteopathic Association's Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (AOA COCA). The University of New England is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).
International student applicants must apply through UNE's online application. In addition, all international transcripts must be evaluated for grade and degree equivalency to that of coursework and degree earned at a US REGIONALLY accredited institution. International applicants should access UNE's website at www.une.edu/admissions/intl to review ALL requirements for international applicants.