Faculty : School of Medicine
Degree : Bachelor (M.D.)
Duration : 6 years
Language : English
Acıbadem University School of Medicine was established in 2007 to be one of the Turkey’s and the world’s the most preeminent medical schools, providing education, research and services which are robust, pioneering and innovative and accepted its first students into the academic year starting in 2009.
The School of Medicine is located in Kerem Aydinlar Campus, which is one of the most developed science campuses in Turkey. The campus features a Center of Advanced Simulation and Education (CASE) while practical applications take place at Acıbadem Atakent and Acıbadem Maslak Education and Research Hospitals and the Education Research Regions whose affiliation with the Council of Higher Education (YÖK) is complete.
The language of instruction at the Faculty of Medicine is English and the program consists three phases of Basic and Clinical Sciences, Clinical Clerkships and Internships. The mission of the Faculty is to ensure young people from Turkey and around the world who choose to study medicine are nurtured to become universal physicians who are sensitive to the needs of the society they live in and the world, who fully comprehend the importance of knowledge and academic thought, who are curious and inquisitive, with an excellent command of technology. Faculty strives to ensure our students understand that patients are our priority, who are humanitarian, who have excellent communication skills and who respect their fellow medical professional co-workers and who have embraced the importance of ethical values and teamwork.
Other and equally important aim is to train professional physicians and scientists who are analytical, dedicated, ethical, socially and environmentally aware and equipped to give the best possible healthcare.They should also be able to establish an innovative and enterprising globally accepted scientific research environment, make contributions in the field of human health and science, using products and employing methods developed through the basic sciences and by clinical research.
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