Avalon Join Hands with University of Curacao!

Dr. Moises da Costa Gomez from the University of Curacao (UoC), has recently signed a MoU with Avalon University School of Medicine (AUSOM). This MoU will join Avalon University School of Medicine and the University of Curacao to allow them to work together on research, science and technology for the future. This will include student and teacher exchanges, developing joint educational programs and research while doing joint symposiums, lectures and much more! This project will be completed locally in Curacao and internationally! It will be focused towards the public health and welfare field. This will be a huge accomplishment by The University of Curacao and Avalon University School of Medicine

Avalon Join Hands with University of Curacao

Avalon University School of Medicine (AUSOM) is a growing leader in medical education. Avalon University School of Medicine (AUSOM) focuses on quality medical education and training in order to ensure medical licensure and residency placement for international medical students and graduates.

Avalon University School of Medicine

The mission of Avalon University School of Medicine is to educate students in both the science and art of medicine.  This mission begins with an environment which promotes growth and learning, and entails dedication, discipline, and direction, all of which are fundamental in the development of a skilled physician.

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About Avalon University School of Medicine

The mission of Avalon University School of Medicine is to educate students in both the science and art of medicine. This mission begins with an environment which promotes growth and learning, and entails dedication, discipline, and direction, all of which are fundamental in the development of a skilled physician. Visit for more info: https://www.avalonu.org/

Posted on April 18, 2016, in Education, Medical School and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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