ESTD : 1891 | TYPE : Government | AFFILIATION : WHO | RECOGNITION : MCI
WUHS (Belize) is a community of professionals committed to excellence in the education of highly qualified students in medicine. Through life-long learning, research and service, WUHS (Belize) challenges faculty, staff, students and alumni to improve the well-being of the diverse community it serves.
WUHS (Belize) will be recognized as a national leader in education, research, clinical practice and service.
Integrity, Demonstrating respect, honesty and professionalism.
Caring for students, patients, colleagues and all humanity.
Achieving quality in all that we do.
Working with others to achieve mutual goals.
Pursuing personal and professional growth.
Embracing new practices to improve outcomes.
Honoring the legacy of our past.
|1st Yr Fee
|From Next Yr
|16,500 $USD =INR-11,55,000
The next several months will be a time of excitement and some anxiety as you take the steps to achieve your goal of becoming a physician. The School of Medicine has resources and programs available for applicants to make the process as easy as possible.
The Admissions Selection Committee encourages applicants of both genders and from all socioeconomic, racial, age groups, religious, and educational backgrounds.
Online Applications: All applicants to WUHS (Belize), apply online.
Secondary Applications: This information is unique to WUHS (Belize) and gives our admissions committee more specific information on applicants. Secondary applications are only provided to applicants who have met WUHS (Belize) interview criteria. The sooner an applicant returns this information, the more quickly he or she will be scheduled for an interview.
Interviews: Applicants to WUHS (Belize) receive 2 interviews, on either the US admission office or on the phone . Each applicant is interviewed by a admissions committee member and a second, third, or fourth year medical student. Each interview is weighed equally in the admissions process. WUHS (Belize) interviews are “blinded”. The school will contact you regarding interviewing as your application moves through the review process. Please remain patient during this part of the process.
Proof of residency (US and Canadian students) must be submitted. Applicants will be provided with the paperwork and submission requirements as part of the secondary application packet.
Admissions Committee Review: The applicant’s part is now complete. Admissions Committee members begin the thorough review of each applicant in preparation for a series of four meetings.
Admissions Notification: Each applicant will receive written notification of the decision by the Admissions Committee.
Candidates are evaluated on the basis of academic performance, the nature and depth of scholarly, extracurricular, and health care related activities during college years (excellence and balance of the natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities); academic letters of evaluation; and the personal interview. Interviews are held on the phone and at our main admission office in the states.
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