Study medicine in novel ways with involvement in research, experiments, and community healthcare programs.
Study Medicine at Lincoln American University, one of the Top Medical Universities in the Caribbean without qualifying NEET.
After admitting to Lincoln American University for the MD~MBBS degree, students can begin their first year Pre-medical and NEET Coaching Program in India. This program will help medical aspirants to qualify NEET as well as the Pre-Medical program in just one year.
The Pre-medical program at LAU is designed to prepare Pre-med students to handle the thorough course of study that they will experience in the remaining 4 years of the MBBS course without NEET.
After the 1st year in India, students can continue their 4-year MCI-Approved MD~MBBS program in South America. This includes the 2-year Basic Sciences program where aspiring doctors get to experience the classroom learning with experiments and various research programs at the laboratories in the University Campus in Guyana.
During these 2 years, LAU offers the Basic Sciences program which follows the US standard medical college curriculum. This curriculum emphasizes the Problem-based learning and clinical correlations. Students get thorough knowledge of the basic biomedical sciences, physical examination skills, and problem-solving techniques which begin the first semester with the physical diagnosis.
The teaching standards at LAU matches the standard for MD in USA. All facilities for research and other laboratory works are augmented with the latest technology and modern infrastructure. This makes the university the finest medical university to pursue an MD in South America.
At LAU, students can pursue MBBS without qualifying NEET. Medical Aspirants can easily get medical admission without NEET. This enables the students to not waste their one year of their time to pursue their medical career.
The final 2-year of MD~MBBS in LAU is the clinical training program. The fourth and fifth year of MD at LAU is an extensive Clinical Science Program. Students can pursue their final two years from any of the three places-Asia, the Caribbean, or the United States in the university's affiliated hospitals or clinical institutions.
During the final two years, students are guided to perform as team members, analyse lab data, experience a physician's typical day, diagnose patient cases, and perform procedures, such as suturing, obtaining blood samples, and carrying out vaccinations. After completing the Clinical Science Program at LAU, the students come out as professional clinical researchers and doctors.
The Medical Curriculum at Lincoln American University is designed according to International Standards and following the practices of MD in America. On successful completion of the whole curriculum and satisfactorily meeting all other requirements, students are awarded the MD degree.