CUCOM uses a holistic approach to evaluate the students beyond their test performance. MCAT is not required to apply. Admissions occur three times a year in January, May and September.
CUCOM provides quality learning in basic sciences and clinical at an affordable price. Financial aid can be provided for those who qualify.
CUCOM provides support in the form of student mentoring, academic and career counseling, tutoring program, preventive and therapeutic health services, and emotional and psychological support, online learning resources and onsite lounges.
Students will have the opportunity to work closely with our faculty who also work on your strengths and address your weaknesses to ensure you progress towards becoming a physician who can provide quality healthcare.
- Integrated organ system-based curriculum.
- Emphasis on the medical humanities, social and the behavioral sciences.
- Thoughtfully designed curriculum.
- Use of the Medtrics platform for curriculum, student and learning management.
- Access to the Complete Anatomy learning platform from 3D4 Medical.
- Highly qualified faculty.
- Expertise in quality assurance, teaching-learning and accreditation.
- Complete access to the acclaimed Lecturio learning platform.
- Spaced repetition, access to high quality videos, question banks.
- Early clinical exposure right from the first semester provided through local physicians, health camps, collaboration with local organization and SkillGym.
- Access to the internationally acclaimed SkillGym Virtual Patient Program.
- Student nurse and doctor-on-call services.
- Provision of well-equipped and safe student dorms.
- Access to a student counselor.
- Emphasis on prescribing skills.
- Academic counseling services provided by faculty members.
- Career counseling services provided by US-based clinicians.
- Standardized patient program.
- Modern classrooms and learning spaces.
- Activity-based learning.
- Exposure to ‘disruptive’ technologies in medicine.
- Well-qualified external curricular advisers.
- Renowned Board of Governors.
- Commitment to student success.
- Support for student research.
- Community engagement.
- Student led organizations and interest groups.
- Frequent low-stakes formative assessment.