The Medical University After Saint Tereza was founded in Yerevan in 1992 by Larisa Hambartsumyan and has been the first and the only one in its kind in Armenia. It is ranked 10th among private medical schools in Armenia, and graduates of St. Theresa's possess certified specialist qualifications.. St. Theresa Medical University is all set to welcome foreign students from all over the world and providing English Language education for its foreign students. STMU graduates are eligible to apply for certification by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG)for entry into residency or fellowship programs in the US. St. Theresa Medical University is ranked No.1 Private Medical University of Armenia. Education is a difficult but a noble work. St. Theresa’s Medical University was a medical school located in Basseterre, St. Kitts prior to its closure in 2009. St. Theresa's Medical University of Yerevan (also known as St. Theresa Charitable Sisters Medical Institute) is a private school in Yerevan, Armenia, established in 1992. STMU graduates are considered on a case-by-case basis for eligibility to register with the General Medical Council to practice medicine in the UK. St. Tereza Medical University is the primary Medical University to begin English Medium Medicine course in Yerevan, as per ECTCS 360 Credits and offers the STUDENTS to finish the course in 5 Years of duration. The university has highly qualified and experienced faculties who are efficient in providing education in the English language to all its international students. St. Theresa’s Medical University of Yerevan, also known as St. Theresa charitable Sister’s medical Institute, is a private medical institute, which was established in 1992. Saint Teresa University is: – Listed in the International Medical Education Directory by FAIMER – Listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools – Registered with the National Accreditation Board (NAB) of the Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. All Rights Reserved. The medical school was founded by its Chancellor and Executive Dean, Thomas M. Uhrin, of Latrobe, Pennsylvania, where it also had offices. The Medical University After Saint Tereza was founded in Yerevan in 1992 by Larisa Hambartsumyan and has been the first and the only one in its kind in Armenia. St. Tereza Medical University (STMU), Yerevan is one of the main Medical Universities … The foundation of this educational institution became the basis for creation of highly qualified medical workers in Armenia, whose compassion and humaneness as well as sympathy for the seek people serve as the bases for their moral-ethical activities. In 1996 the university received a letter of blessing from Mother Teresa. Accordingly, STMU students were ineligible to participate in the Federal Family Educational Loan (FFEL) program.[13]. St. Theresa University also provide eminent guest faculties from different countries in the world. The duration of the medical course in St. Theresa’s Medical University is lesser than the other medical universities … Such are the alumni of the Medical University of St. Theresa. [11], The school was accredited in 2005 by the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis to grant bachelor of science, master of medicine, doctor of medicine, doctor of pharmacology and doctor of philosophy degrees. The St. Theresa Medical University is a member of the International Orem Society (IOS) for nursing and scholarship, the university is also recognized by the World Health Organization and Medical Council of India. [9], In May 2009, the Institute of Technological Studies announced that it had formed a partnership to open a branch campus of STMU in Colombo, Sri Lanka, beginning in June 2009, with approximately 75 students, for which STMU claimed to have government approval. 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[2], The US Department of Education's National Committee on Foreign Medical Education and Accreditation (NCFMEA) does not recognize the accreditation standards used by the government of St. Kitts and Nevis as being comparable to those used to accredit medical schools in the United States. [5][12] The ministries did not disclose the results of their investigations, but stated that the school had lost its accreditation prior to it closing. The university is known to produce some of the world-famous scholars in the field of medicine. The students also take an active part in the organization of sanitary – instructive work and in concrete events aimed at preventing certain diseases. St. Theresa’s Medical University was opened in August 2005[1] and closed in August 2009.[2]. Previously known as St. Theresa Charitable Sisters Medical Institute, St. Theresa’s Medical University of Yerevan (founded in 1992) is a private medical school in Armenia.