Our Doctor of Medicine (MD) program is one of the most coveted and in-demand programs for students aspiring to make a career as a doctor.

Program Details

The five year MD program is designed for students outside of the US and Canada where higher secondary education (and the Higher Secondary Exam) immediately precede entry to professional degree programs. Students enrolled in the five year program will build on an existing academic background in science with entry-level medical degree coursework in anatomy, physiology, and other foundational sciences.

Admission Process

  • Apply online.
  • Submit all the required documents.
  • Pay the application fees.
  • Screening of eligibility by the Admissions team.
  • Interview by the admissions committee.
  • Decision

Admission Requirements

  • 3 Advanced Levels: in Chemistry, Biology, and either Math or Physics
  • CAPE Units 1 and 2: Biology, Chemistry, and either Physics or Math.
  • Full IB Diploma with strong grades. 2HL required.
  • 10 + 2 for India and Nepal
  • *Please note, there are entry qualifications for many countries and examination boards. Please work with your admissions office to determine what entry qualifications and examination boards are needed from your home country.

Texila Medical Admission Test (TMAT): TMAT is an MCQ based examination consisting of 200 basic science questions such as Basic concepts of Human Anatomy 25%, Basic Concepts of Physiology 25%, Basic Concepts of Biochemistry 25%, Medical Terminology 10%, Psychology 5%, Fundamental Organic Chemistry 5% and Basic Biology 5%. The required pass percentage for acceptance of the applicant is a 60% score in TMAT. The time duration for TMAT is four hours.

Transfer Applicants

TAU welcomes students from WHO/WDMS recognized institutions as transfer applicants to the MD program. TAU currently does not accept students to the clinical science and transfer applications are ONLY considered to the Basic Science Program.

Transfer credit is not automatic, and applicants must not assume that courses taken at other institutions will meet TAU requirements. Acceptance of transfer credit is subject to verification and approval by the Student Promotions & Graduation Committee and subject to the availability of classes. Each transfer student application is carefully reviewed by the Admissions Committee. Due to great variability in the academic backgrounds of transfer students, the requirements and deadlines set forth by the Committee may differ from student to student.

Admission Documents

  • Completed Online Application
  • Color Copy of Passport + 2 copies of Color Passport Photos
  • Official Transcripts from all institutions attended
  • Personal Statement (One page or 1500 words explaining why you want to become a Physician)
  • Resume or CV
  • 2 Letters of Recommendation (At least one must come from an Academic source)

Curriculum

Semester 1
Subject Credit
Biology 8 Credits
Organic Chemistry 12 Credits
Physics 8 Credits
English 3 Credits
Introduction to Public Health 5 Credits
Communication skills for Medicine 4 Credits
Pre-calculus 5 Credits
Semester 2
Subject Credit
Introduction to Anatomy 9 Credits
Introduction to Physiology 8 Credits
Medical Terminology 7 Credits
Statistics & Data Analysis for Medicine 5 Credits
Introduction to Biochemistry 8 Credits
Spanish Medical Terminology 3 Credits
Psychology 5 Credits
Semester 3
Subject Credit
Gross Anatomy, Embryology and Imaging 10 Credits
Histology and Cell Biology 4 Credits
Biochemistry 8 Credits
Doctor-Patient Relationship – I 4 Credits
Research Methodology – I 2 Credits
Semester 4
Subject Credit
Physiology 10 Credits
Neuroscience 5 Credits
Genetics 3 Credits
Behavioral Science 2 Credits
Medical Ethics 2 Credits
Doctor-Patient Relationship – II 4 Credits
Research Methodology – II 2 Credits
Semester 5
Subject Credit
Pharmacology – I 6 Credits
Pathology – I 8 Credits
Microbiology and immunology 8 Credits
Doctor-Patient Relationship – III 4 Credits
Semester 6
Subject Credit
Pharmacology – II 6 Credits
Pathology – II 8 Credits
Basic Psychiatry 4 Credits
Doctor-Patient Relationship – IV 4 Credits
Transition Semester
Subject Credit
Integrated Basic Science Review Program NCR
Introduction to Clinical Medicine 4 Credits
Semester 7 – 10 (Clinical Clerkships)
Subject Credit
Internal Medicine 12 Credits
General Surgery 12 Credits
Pediatrics 6 Credits
Psychiatry 6 Credits
Obstetrics / Gynecology 6 Credits
Family Medicine 6 Credits
Elective Clerkships 28 Credits

Elective Rotations
Radiology, Dermatology, Anaesthesia, Dentistry, Family Medicine, Ophthalmology (EYE), Otorhinolaryngology (ENT), Emergency Care. Allergy and Immunology Neurology, Cardiology Occupational Medicine, Critical Care Medicine Oncology, Dermatology Ophthalmology, Emergency Medicine Orthopedicy, Endocrinology Psychiatry, Family Practice Pulmonology, Gastroenterology Radiology, General Medicine Rehabilitation Medicine, Hematology Rheumatology, Infectious Diseases Surgical subspecialties Nephrology, Urology

Academic Calendar

Activity March Semester September Semester
Semester Orientation March 30, 2021 September 13, 2021
Commencement of Classes March 31, 2021 September 14, 2021
White Coat Ceremony April 9, 2021 September 17, 2021
Last Day of Registration April 27, 2021 October 11, 2021
Exam – I April 28 – 30, 2021 October 13 – 15, 2021
Exam – II (Mid semester) June 2 – 9, 2021 November 17 – 24, 2021
Exam – III July 7 – 9, 2021 January 5 – 7, 2022
Exam – IV (NBME Exam) August 11 – 23, 2021 February 2 – 14, 2022
Last Day of the Semester August 24, 2021 February 15, 2022

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Frequently Asked Questions

TAU’s Doctor of Medicine (MD) program is in an academic curriculum partnership with Ponce Health Sciences University (PHSU), which is a Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) accredited university.

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