WHERE YOU BECOME A DOCTOR
UAG School of Medicine has a deep-rooted tradition of quality, committed to cultivating future physicians with the skills and abilities needed to meet the challenges of personal and community health.
PREPARATION FOR YOUR CAREER
UAG School of Medicine is the first medical school in Latin America to offer a US-style curriculum, with a rigorous, integrated, and innovative educational model. We are committed to providing an excellent educational experience and to supporting our students on a lifelong basis.
QUALITY HEALTHCARE FOR THE COMMUNITY
UAG has the best facilities in Guadalajara, with laboratories that are state-of-the-art and equipped to serve the needs of our students. We also have a close working relationship with several hospitals in the city, which allows us to provide an excellent field experience for our students.
A BETTER FUTURE
We offer a curriculum with integrated and innovative educational models that prepare students to meet the challenges of personal and community health.
EDUCATING FUTURE PHYSICIANS
A curriculum of excellence
Our medical school prepares future physicians for success with a program that meets the standards of international quality accreditation agencies.
UAG’s goal is to prepare our graduates for future careers as physicians so they can provide outstanding preventive, diagnostic, and therapeutic services to individuals, families, and communities.
Training future medical physicians that will heal and serve the community, by encouraging the quest of innovation, academic excellence, adequate training, and disease prevention.
For our students to be recognized by their excellent academic quality, their leadership, and their commitment to society.
FIND YOUR CALLING
Do you want to become a doctor? We are here to help. At the UAG School of Medicine, we offer the most in-depth and personalized medical education programs in Latin America.
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