Lecturio supports

Displaced Ukrainian and International Medical Students

Lincoln University College & Lecturio offer joint Blended M.D. program

“We at Lincoln University College have observed the current situation in Ukraine and are deeply troubled by what is happening to this beautiful country and its people. We understand medical education as a global community and want to help the thousands of displaced Ukrainian and international students who had to leave their future behind in Ukraine. Together with our partner Lecturio we would like to invite you to temporarily or permanently join our Blended M.D. program at LUC to collect credits or complete your medical degree. The first semester will be free of charge except for a small administrative fee to get you registered and up and running. We hope you and your loved ones are safe and look forward to having you at our blended campus.”

Prof dr amiya bhaumik

Prof. Dr. Amiya Bhaumik
Vice Chancellor and CEO Lincoln University College, Malaysa

We expect that many of you are worried about friends and family and what the future holds, but there is no doubt that the need for medical providers will be more crucial than ever following the war in Ukraine. Lecturio offers a complete didactic platform with courses taught by outstanding faculty you could access from anywhere with an internet connection. Whether you are still on the road or already in a safe environment, we invite you to enter your details here to apply for free Lecturio access. This would allow you to keep up with your studies and perhaps even get ahead. We will also work with a number of our academic partners who have offered to help facilitate placement in their degree granting programs where you could continue your studies until the option to return to your medical school in Ukraine was possible. Some of these even offer remote access to their didactic curriculum. If you are interested in this option, please indicate that on the sign-up form and we will be in touch with you.

Stay safe and remember what an important role you will be able to have by helping others when you complete your studies.

*depends on each local school’s credit transfer policy
**not available in all countries but Lecturio and LUC can assist in finding a hospital partner for you

FAQ

We understand that many of you weren’t able to take their credit transcripts with them and have set up a system which will allow you to still transfer your credits to LUC.

The Pre-Clinical phase is conducted fully online except for laboratory sessions which will, most likely, not be offered in the first phase of this program. The Clinical phase is run jointly with LUC’s hospital partners and/or a hospital partner of your choice. Lecturio and LUC can help you find one in your geography, however, personal initiative will be required.

Yes, that is absolutely possible if your school accepts the credits.

No, the M.D. degree you can get via LUC’s program does NOT allow you to work as a doctor in Malaysia. However, it allows you to take the national entrance exams of many other countries including USMLE, MCCQE, FMGE, PLAB, etc.

Yes, you can take the national entrance exams of many other countries including USMLE, MCCQE, FMGE, PLAB, etc.c.

This depends on your school’s credit transfer policy but we believe it is highly likely.

The Clinical phase is run jointly with LUC’s hospital partners and/or a hospital partner of your choice. A spot at LUC’s partner hospitals is NOT guaranteed. Lecturio and LUC can help you find one in your geography, however, personal initiative will be required.

Yes, Lecturio supports hundreds of universities and millions of students with remote learning and teaching. LUC already has two online M.D. programs in partnership with governments and has been in this space for over 10 years.