critical Clinical decision making skills are developed from the start
How doctors think, reason, and make clinical decisions is arguably their most critical skill. In all of the varied clinical domains where medicine is practised – from the laboratory to the intensive care unit – decision making is a critical activity. In today’s medical education field, where, surprisingly this issue is not addressed with its due importance, AMC proves to be unique by ensuring that this skill is instilled in every student through numerous mentorship and other training programs.
Because of Anna Medical College's affiliation with multiple hospitals in Mauritius, clinical experience is unique and focussed. This clinical experience creates an advantage for students as they begin their practice.
Small Class Makes a Big Difference
The lectures and labs at Anna Medical College are small and accommodating, providing a unique level of personal attention. Anna Medical College's faculty and students work together to establish a mutually supportive learning community - an educational partnership from which both benefit and to which both contribute.
Good Student to Faculty Ratio
Anna Medical College's selective admissions process offers students a very good student-to-teacher ratio, offering more personal attention from the accessible, helpful faculty. Students and faculty get to know each other on a personal, often first name basis. Incoming classes are commonly described as feeling like a family.
Preparation That Goes Above & Beyond
Anna Medical College provides students with a comprehensive preparation programs designed to increase performance on the exams. At the conclusion of each term, the program reinforces the most frequently tested concepts taught in the given term and shows students how to apply what they are learning, as they are learning. Additionally, students can take advantage of personal, supplemental instruction from individual tutors, increasing their opportunity to be as prepared as possible for the next phase.