Alternatives to Degrees in Medicine from Schools Listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools Published by the World Health Organization
A degree in medicine is defined in section 1 of the Registration Regulation to include the following:
- an M.D. or equivalent basic degree in medicine, based upon successful completion of a conventional undergraduate program of education in allopathic medicine that,
- teaches medical principles, knowledge and skills similar to those taught in undergraduate programs of medical education at accredited medical schools,
- includes at least 130 weeks of instruction over a minimum of thirty-six months, and
- was, at the time of graduation, listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools published by the World Health Organization. The Registration Committee accepts an M.D. or equivalent basic degree in medicine from a medical school that was, at the time of graduation, listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools online registry as satisfying the requirement set out in s. 1 (b)(iii) of the Registration Regulation.
All applicants must satisfy all other criteria for registration.