Starting in January of 2016, Northwestern Medical Review (NMR), the oldest live-lecture medical Licensing board preparation company in the world, will proudly offer the “Medical Passport Prep” program. The program is designed to facilitate entry of international medical graduates into the global medical job market. Using NMR’s unique integrated and clinically-oriented TALLP teaching methodology, the Passport Prep courses are designed to prepare young international medical graduates (IMGs) for entry into the global medical job market in general, and into the Canadian, American, British and Australian markets in particular. To maximize the utility of Passport Prep Courses for improving the scores of our students on their qualifying medical licensing examinations, two comprehensive packages are offered at designated international review sites; an integrated Basic Medical Sciences Review, and an integrated Clinical Sciences Review package.
Northwestern Medical Review proudly announces that it has entered into an agreement with the International Medical College of Bangladesh to prepare young physicians and students in their quest to enter the medical job markets in the US, Canada, England, and Australia.
IMC was chosen because of its reputation as an international medical school and hospital system with an outstanding record track of attracting and retaining international medical students. The centralized Asian location, and the peaceful political stance of Bangladesh is expected to ensure that IMC is a bridge to the global medical market for many years to come.
Good News for Central Asian Medical Students: Effective January 2016, the Medical Passport Prep from Northwestern Medical Review will only be available to international medical students or IMGs at the International Medical College of Bangladesh.