Making our world better, one Medical Professional at a time.
A new era in education is unfolding in front of our eyes. It is an era where traditional hierarchical educational models are ceding way to flipped classrooms which highlight a democratic approach to learning.
It is an era in which technology is broadening the number of possibilities available to students and teachers alike, providing never-before-seen levels of convenience and efficiency. It is an era in which actually doing, rather than simply memorizing for the sake of passing a test, is being valued as a more efficient method of learning.
However, this era is also one in which many billions of people in our global community are suffering from a growing shortage of qualified medical practitioners, and decreasing access to basic healthcare. Indeed, the gap in supply and demand for adequate healthcare is only forecast to worsen in the decades ahead. That’s why it is absolutely critical that we make great strides of progress towards increasing access to quality, modern medical education. Especially in areas of the world which are suffering the most.
By harnessing the power of the opportunities afforded to us in this digital age, and by implementing innovative and modern learning methods, we are making it possible for students anywhere in the world to access the transformative educations they need and deserve. Our localisible teaching model means that talented young people who are passionate about studying medicine will be able to do so nearer to home in their native country, rather than abroad. This is a first step to building and supporting a medical care infrastructure in parts of the world where existing efforts are under erosion from a variety of socio-economic factors, such as brain drain.
Indeed, it is our mission as an institute of higher education specializing in medicine, to do our part in this global challenge. And so, it is our solemn duty to do everything we can for you, our students, to help you become the inspired medical practitioners you long to be. Because our global community needs you
A Truly 21st Century Medical Education
Innovative Blended Studies
Our focus on practical experience combined with problem-based synchronous learning in small groups, is supported by the latest digital technologies.
Clinical Rotations From The Start
Students experience 1 month in a teaching hospital for every 8 weeks of theoretical online study within 3 months of starting their studies.
A Modern Learning Platform
At the heart of the unique education students get, is EDU’s fully interactive online platform, boasting the latest in digital learning methods and trends.
Portability & Convenience
Using the latest digital technologies and learning trends, EDU teaches modern skills with modern tools, while providing the flexibility our students need.
Team Based Learning
Students can look forward to collaborative, synchronous, problem-based learning, in groups of no more than 5. Small groups = a better experience = better learning.
With a focus on teamwork and fostering authentic group dynamics, EDU students learn to solve complex problems together, like they would in the real world.
Personal Tutoring & Mentoring
With a dedicated team of tutors and mentors the personal needs of each and every student are tended to by a tightly-knit group of tutors and mentors.
Apply Without An NC
Passionate about studying medicine? We are dedicated to making sure the best candidates have the opportunity to study medicine.
Fulfilling a Social Mission: Our Core Philosophy
We know that solving infrastructural issues in the world of medical education is the first step to making quality healthcare accessible for those amongst us who need it most.
Redefining Access to Quality Education
While campuses all over the world struggle to accommodate growing student demand, countless talented young people are unable to access higher education due to geographic constraints. The net result of a traditional educational model with so many barriers to entry is a tragic waste of potential and transformative talent.
Through our decentralized digital campus, EDU is supporting the United Nations in its Fourth Sustainable Development Goal; “to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and to promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.”
Growing Our Global Health Workforce
As a global community suffering from a growing shortage of qualified medical professionals and decreased access to basic healthcare, EDU’s International College of Medicine aims to make high quality education accessible to anyone in the world who is passionate about studying medicine.
EDU’s Bachelor of Medicine programme, accredited in the EU by the Commission of Higher and Further Education (NCFHE) in the Republic of Malta, is a major milestone in our mission to expand on and transform the global health workforce, in support of the WHO’s Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health.
We treasure the Digital Education Action Plan
As Europe’s first digital institution of higher education, EDU’s fully interactive online platform features the latest in digital learning methods and trends. Combined with our student-centered experience featuring collaborative, synchronous, problem-based learning in small groups, EDU students graduate with the skills to navigate the nuances of the real world. We are committed to nurturing our students’ appetites for lifelong learning.
EDU is proud to be in lockstep with the European Commission in addressing our society’s educational challenges with its Digital Education Action Plan!
At EDU, our sense of community runs strong. From our tightly-knit faculty, to our vibrant students, to our partners, our exceptional learning environment is a team effort.
We are proud to introduce Helios Kliniken as EDU’s European partner for teaching hospitals.
The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology is a public research university and one of the largest researches and educational institutions in Germany.
Proudly offering the foundation of EDU’s innovative and streamlined assessment processes.
Maastricht University is a public university in Maastricht, Netherlands. Founded in 1976, it is the second youngest of the thirteen Dutch universities. In 2018, 18,000 students studied at Maastricht University, 53% of whom were foreign students, with over 4,000 employees.
Draw It To Know It
This innovative learning tool stimulates memory consolidation, helping EDU students learn.
European & Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP)
The EDCTP provides funding clinical research for medical tools to detect, treat and prevent poverty-related infectious diseases in sub-Saharan Africa.
University of Mannheim
The University of Mannheim, abbreviated UMA, is a public research university in Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
Partners on our innovative medical learning platform, helping future physicians succeed.
G20 Health & Development Partnership
The G20 Health and Development Partnership is a group of organizations with common interests and objectives focused on furthering the global health agenda.
Global partners in innovation, promoting research based innovation in and around Europe.
A research projected tendered and financed by the EU with the aim of developing a curriculum for Clinical Reasoning to assist in the implementation of the curriculum in existing medical curricula.
This award-winning social learning platform provides the framework for the EDU experience.