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The application cycle for the fall 2023 program is now open.

Among the many post-bac programs offered around the country, and even at Drexel University, the Master of Science in Biomedical Studies (MBS) program stands out with its unique blend of undergraduate and graduate coursework and MCAT preparation. Located on Drexel University's Center City Campus in Philadelphia, Pa., this full-time, two-year special master's program is designed for students with a lower undergraduate science GPA. It offers a unique opportunity to enhance students' credentials to become competitive applicants for medical or other health professional schools. The structured, carefully balanced biomedical studies curriculum evolved from our former one-year Medical Science Preparatory and second-year Master of Science in Biological Science programs.

What does the Biomedical Studies program offer?

Stepwise academic challenge

In Year 1, advanced undergraduate science courses in chemistry and physics help boost students' science competencies and undergraduate science GPA; graduate coursework supports implementing study and time-management skills essential to succeed in the rigorous second-year coursework.

In Year 2, students immerse themselves in coursework equivalent to the first year of medical school, taught by the same College of Medicine faculty members who teach Drexel medical students. Students' academic success will demonstrate their readiness for medical and other health professional schools and, if certain criteria are met, guarantees an interview with Drexel's MD program.

Extensive preparation for the MCAT

Both undergraduate and relevant graduate coursework (including biochemistry and psychology) are designed to provide the background tested in the various sections of the revised MCAT. MBS also includes a dedicated on-campus, year-long MCAT preparation course offered by Princeton Review, to further enhance the coursework and instill strong test-taking skills.

Building a strong application portfolio

The Biomedical Studies program focus extends beyond academics to support the growth of a well-rounded applicant by providing opportunities for community service and summer research. Our team-based holistic advisement approach helps students fine-tune all steps of the medical school application process.

Biomedical Studies students also benefit from our linkage and affiliation opportunities. Students who take the full Biomedical Studies curriculum and meet specific GPA and MCAT criteria are guaranteed an interview with Drexel University College of Medicine's MD program. Additional linkage and affiliation agreements exist with Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine (New York) and Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM).

Please visit the curriculum page for more information

Admission to the MD Program

A number of academically excellent pre-medical and pre-health program graduate students are interviewed each year for admission to Drexel University College of Medicine's MD program. The MD program enrolls a strong cohort of students from our pre-med and pre-health programs. For the past several years, pre-med and pre-health graduates comprised about ten percent of the entering MD class.

Meet Our Students & Alumni

Caroline Illuzzi, Drexel Biomedical Studies Program Alum

Caroline Illuzzi

"The unique aspect of the MBS program is that it does not focus solely on improving one aspect of one’s medical school application, such as grades. The program is comprehensive and designed to Boost all aspects of one’s application, and it also provides application support." Read Caroline's Story

Brian Leonard, Drexel Biomedical Studies Program Alum

Brian Leonard

"I don't think I would be in medical school if it weren't for the Biomedical Studies program. It not only helped me with my GPA, but I significantly increased my MCAT score too. Additionally, the faculty helped me with figuring out where to apply, gave me advice on my essay and prepared me for interviews." Read Brian's Story

In The Media

Erica Riddick, MS Biomedical Studies '20, MD '24, wrote about "Health Disparities During COVID-19" in the winter 2021 issue of Pulse. Read more (see page 3).

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Killexams : Biomedical Sciences Major

biomedical sciences student solving problemThe Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences (BMD) program prepares you for health-related graduate and professional study or for entry into one of the fastest growing occupational sectors.

Are you looking for a flexible and solid undergraduate degree that will prepare you for today’s fastest growing occupational sector? Then BMD is for you.

You will tailor your degree to fit your academic and career goals. The program, which includes coursework in physiology, pharmacology, clinical biochemistry, medical microbiology and immunology, plus the pathological basis of disease, includes six elective courses that you choose based on your individual health-related educational track. 

Accelerated Master’s Programs

Students interested in pursuing a graduate degree may take advantage of UAB’s accelerated master’s programs. The BMD undergraduate program can be paired with several health professions master’s degrees, as well as a Doctor of Pharmacy program. Learn more about available fast track programs.

Why Major in Biomedical Sciences?

The Biomedical Sciences major is ideal for students who are interested in pursuing careers in health professions or advanced degrees in healthcare-related field. The program is broad enough so that students can pursue non-healthcare related careers and advanced degrees, if their career goals should change. This program does include fewer required labs than other general science majors and is more healthcare focused. The coursework is rigorous and is designed to help prepare students for graduate and professional program coursework.


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Lamario Williams, a 2017 graduate of the UAB School of Health Professions’ Biomedical Sciences program (BMD), was chosen as a recipient of a 2016 ASAHP Scholarship of Excellence.

For more information, read about Lamario Williams on the Meet our Students page.

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Killexams : Post-baccalaureate Readiness Instruction for bioMedical Education

Designed for those who want to change careers and pursue medical school and those who have been on a pre-med track and want to bolster their chances of med-school admission, PRIME offers a customized course schedule, a dedicated Advisor, and MCAT prep for each student.

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Killexams : MSc/PGDip Medical Imaging Science
Degree awarded
MSc: 1 yr FT, 2 yr PT; PGDip: 9 months FT, 2yr PT
Entry requirements
This course is open to applicants with a biomedical science, physical science or engineering background. We require a minimum Upper Second honours degree or overseas equivalent from a recognised institution, or a relevant postgraduate qualification (minimum PGDip or equivalent).

Candidates from a physical science or engineering background with a Lower Second honours degree or equivalent may be accepted subject to interview.

Intercalating Year 3 or 4 medical students at The University of Manchester or other UK medical schools should normally have passed all course units at first attempt in the two years prior to intercalation.

All applicants should also have passed mathematics or physics at least to a standard equivalent to English GCE A-level at grade B. 

Full entry requirements

Number of places/applicants

25 places

How to apply

Please apply via our online application form . See the application and selection section for details of the supporting documents we require.

We recommend that you apply as early as possible. We reserve the right to close applications if the course is full.

Course options

Full-time Part-time Full-time distance learning Part-time distance learning

Course overview

  • Discover the key clinical applications of medical imaging and how it contributes to diagnosis and treatment.
  • Learn in a multidisciplinary environment alongside physicists, engineers, clinicians and other professionals from a range of fields.
  • Study at a university ranked 7th in the UK for Biological Sciences and 8th for Medicine (QS World University Rankings 2022).
  • Develop the skills needed for a career in an imaging-related field in clinical practice, research or technical development.
  • Gain an intercalating qualification if you are a Year 3 or 4 medical student.

Open days

Attending an open day is a great way to find out what studying at Manchester is like. Find out about our upcoming open days .


For entry in the academic year beginning September 2023, the tuition fees are as follows:

  • MSc (full-time)
    UK students (per annum): £11,500
    International, including EU, students (per annum): £33,000
  • MSc (part-time)
    UK students (per annum): £5,750
    International, including EU, students (per annum): £16,500
  • PGDip (full-time)
    UK students (per annum): £9,200
    International, including EU, students (per annum): £26,400
  • PGDip (part-time)
    UK students (per annum): £4,600
    International, including EU, students (per annum): £13,200

Further information for EU students can be found on our dedicated EU page.

The fees quoted above will be fully inclusive for the course tuition and administration costs during your studies.

All fees for entry will be subject to yearly review and incremental rises per annum are also likely over the duration of courses lasting more than a year for UK/EU students (fees are typically fixed for international students for the course duration at the year of entry).

For general fees information please visit postgraduate fees . Always contact the department if you are unsure which fee applies to your qualification award and method of attendance.

Self-funded international applicants for this course will be required to pay a deposit of £1,000 towards their tuition fees before a confirmation of acceptance for studies (CAS) is issued. This deposit will only be refunded if immigration permission is refused. We will notify you about how and when to make this payment.

Policy on additional costs

All students should normally be able to complete their programme of study without incurring additional study costs over and above the tuition fee for that programme. Any unavoidable additional compulsory costs totalling more than 1% of the annual home undergraduate fee per annum, regardless of whether the programme in question is undergraduate or postgraduate taught, will be made clear to you at the point of application. Further information can be found in the University's Policy on additional costs incurred by students on undergraduate and postgraduate taught programmes (PDF document, 91KB).

For the latest scholarship and bursary information please visit the fees and funding page.

Courses in related subject areas

Use the links below to view lists of courses in related subject areas.

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Killexams : Medical, engineering courses to be taught in Tamil medium: Amit Shah

Chennai: In support of medical and engineering education in the mother tongue, Union Home Minister Amit Shah said on Saturday that the Tamil Nadu government's decision to launch such programmes was a significant contribution to the language.

Speaking at India Cements Ltd's Platinum Jubilee celebrations, Shah stated that medical and engineering education should be in Tamil, and that the state government should initiate this project.

Home Minister Shah stated that students will be able to study better in their mother tongue and will also be able to conduct research and development (R&D) in their native language.

Listing out various projects like the defence corridor, Shah said Prime Minister Narendra Modi is focusing on Tamil Nadu and added that the tax devolution to the state and central grants has gone up several fold during the past eight years. Shah also added that Tamil is one of the oldest languages and the whole country is proud of it.

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Killexams : Grammar is back: Sweeping overhaul of English syllabus for years 3-10

Education Minister Sarah Mitchell said the new English syllabus would build on the reforms for kindergarten to year 2 where a focus in “those early years on phonics is a game-changer that is already seeing results”.


It will mean teachers must ensure students in years 3 and 4 can read fluently and decipher new words quickly. “For students in years 7 to 10, they will be taught ways to interpret unfamiliar words and use grammar to express complex ideas,” Mitchell said.

Peter Knapp, an education consultant who has a doctorate in the teaching of writing, said the changes represented a major departure from the existing English syllabus.

“If you look at the current year 7 to 10 syllabuses, the teaching of grammar is assumed to have happened in primary,” he said. “These changes mean there is greater continuity between primary and secondary years and grammar is now a study in its own right.”

Knapp said that while simple sentences and basic syntax were taught systematically in kindergarten to year 2, that approach did not flow through to the upper primary years, leaving students starting high school unable to deal with the more complex literacy requirements of the curriculum.

“You would have to go back to the 1960s to find syllabus documents where grammar was taught in a prescriptive way,” he said. “But there was a reaction against the prescriptiveness of the old syllabus, so that grammar was seen to be almost anti-English. This new syllabus strikes a good middle ground, giving teachers direction and structure.

“NAPLAN data show students can’t write effective sentences. Teachers are also not being trained to teach the complexities of high school writing,” Knapp said, adding that universities would need to address their teacher training courses to produce graduates who are competent in teaching writing.

NAPLAN results show girls outperform boys in writing and reading. The gender gap is especially stark in writing: 81.6 per cent of boys reach the minimum standard, compared with 90.8 per cent of girls.

A 2020 survey commissioned by NESA found two in five high school English teachers said they were poorly trained to teach writing and many were not prepared at all to teach grammar, punctuation, spelling and how to use paragraphs.

An English teacher at Cumberland High School, Kari Isachsen, said one major shift in the syllabus was having four key types of text instead of five across the school year.

Kari Isachsen teaches English at Cumberland High School.Credit:Edwina Pickles

“When we had five, teachers often couldn’t go into as much depth as they might like. The new syllabus has extended prose, poetry, film, and drama. Shakespeare will be mandatory in years 9 and 10, and more texts by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander authors have been prioritised,” she said.

“There is also an emphasis on studying for enjoyment. At parent-teacher night, the main question I get is, ‘How do I Boost my child’s writing?’. To Boost writing, we need to get students studying more and widely.”

For maths, changes include stronger foundations in sequencing and reasoning, and primary students will develop a deeper understanding of maths concepts to master important skills before moving on to another concept.

Mitchell said: “In other words, students will need to not only know Pythagoras’ theorem; they will need to be able to explain how it works in practice and why.”

The new syllabuses will be available for teachers to plan and prepare during 2023 and will be taught in all NSW schools from 2024. The syllabuses will be released on NESA’s Digital Curriculum on Thursday.

HSC maths will be compulsory from 2025 and examined from 2026. A new flexible core-paths structure will replace the three-tiered approach to maths in years 9 and 10 to better prepare students for years 11 and 12.

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Killexams : Bhopal: CA articleship reduced to 2 yrs, major changes in syllabus © Provided by Free Press Journal

Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): The period of articleship for CA students will be reduced from three to two years. In this period, the students will not be required to appear in any examination and will be able to focus on practical training.

Also, other major changes are being made in the syllabus and the examination scheme of the chartered accountant course to enable the future CAs to work anywhere in the world.

This was stated by vice-chairperson of Board of Studies of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) Vishal Doshi in a brief interview with Free Press on the sidelines of a two-day national conference that ended on Sunday. The theme of the conference was, The Vision of Aiming High. It was organised by ICAI at Samanvay Bhavan in the city.

He said that in the wake of technological changes, new laws and emergence of new expectations from CAs, the ICAI has decided to revise the syllabus after five years. “Earlier, we used to revise the syllabus once in every 10 years,” he said.

He said that currently, students could start their three-year articleship after clearing one of the two groups of subjects of the intermediate level. They can then clear the other group during articleship and take the final examination in last six months. “Now, the period of articleship will be reduced to two years but only students who have cleared both the groups will be allowed to register for articleship,” he said.

Doshi said that to reduce the burden on students, a four-paper self-paced online learning module would be introduced between the intermediate and the final levels. He also said that the CA students will now be able to take practical training in over 100 countries to enable them to work abroad.

Key changes:

* Period of articleship reduced from three to two years

* Training in insolvency and bankruptcy, forensic audit, forex management and sustainability accounting

* International exposure to CA students

* Diversification of course content in keeping with NEP

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Killexams : Amit Shah bats for medical courses in Tamil

By Express News Service

CHENNAI: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday appealed to the Tamil Nadu government to introduce Tamil as the medium of instruction in medical and technical education.“Making mother tongue Tamil the medium of instruction would help Tamil medium students understand lessons better and will help them pursue higher education and conduct further research  in their subjects,” said  Shah at the platinum jubilee celebrations of India Cements held in Chennai.

“Tamil is one of the oldest languages in the world. Preserving and promoting Tamil language is the responsibility of the entire nation. If the Tamil Nadu government takes steps to provide medical  and technical education in Tamil language, it will in itself be considered a great  service to the promotion of the language,” he said. Shah said several states have already initiated steps and students have started deriving educational benefits from the move.

Shah’s Tamil push comes a month after Chief Minister MK Stalin expressed strong displeasure over the recommendations of the Parliamentary Committee on Official Language, which promoted the use of Hindi in higher education institutions such as IIT, IIM and other Central institutions in A category states.The report also proposed to make knowledge of Hindi mandatory in recruitment exams for jobs in the Union government.

Terming the recommendations as imposition of Hindi on non-Hindi speaking states, Stalin in his letter to the prime minister dated October 16 said the Amit Shah-headed panel’s recommendations are against the democratic principles of the country. He said attempts to “impose Hindi are divisive in nature” and said it would be unacceptable not only to Tamil Nadu “but also to any state that respects and values its mother tongue”.

Stalin said the proposal of mandatory Hindi paper (removal of English in exams) went against federal principles of the Constitution and would only harm the nation’s multi-lingual fabric.DMK, VCK, MDMK and a few other parties and organisations also staged demonstrations against the alleged imposition of Hindi.

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KARACHI/ISLAMABAD: A day after Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) announced the results of the Medical and Dental College Admission Test (MDCAT) 2022, dozens of students staged a protest outside the Dow University of Health Sciences (DUHS) accusing the institution of adding out-of-syllabus question in the exam, depriving aspiring students of pursuing their ambition.

A large number of students, carrying placards and banners, chanted slogans and demanded a re-test.

They claimed the examination paper for students in Sindh, which was prepared by the DUHS, carried several questions which were not part of their syllabus, unlike papers in other parts of the country.

They also accused the DUHS management of being insensitive towards the students’ concerns.

Commission opens rechecking of test papers, students can apply until Nov 27

The protests, which largely remained peaceful, resulted in a tense situation as students tried to enter the DUHS premises, forcing the security to shut doors.

The situation further intensified when senior politician Dr Farooq Sattar joined the protesters and entered the university with other students by scaling walls.

The protest finally ended after Dr Sattar’s talks with the DUHS administration.

Addressing the protesters, Dr Sattar said the PMC through DUHS had as­­sured that a committee would look into the matter and all the answer sheets would be rechecked within a week.

“I have talked to the students and they have told me that there were 35 out of syllabus questions in the test,” he said, adding it was unfair and unjustified.

PMC opens rechecking

The PMC has said that the rechecking for MDCAT-2022 has started and will continue for five days.

Students have been advised to apply and get their papers rechecked by Nov 27.

“Students are directed to visit the website of their respective exam-conducting university to apply for rechecking,” the PMC stated.

In case of any errors or omissions in the results, the students have been asked to contact the university concerned.

On Wednesday, the commission uploaded the MDCAT results on its official website.

MDCAT is an aptitude exam, mandatory for aspiring doctors to clear to get admission in medical and dental colleges. This year, the test was conducted on Nov 13 across the country and also in Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

Published in Dawn, November 25th, 2022

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