The University of Massachusetts Medical School at Worcester or the University of Massachusetts Medical School Worcester (UMMS) is a public non-profit institution of higher education. Massachusetts State Medical School was established by the professional community in July 1962. The founder dean, Lamar Sutter, was appointed manager in December 1963 and began to embody the vision of an extraordinary medical school. The growth of the school and its clinical system coincided with the support of basic scientific research, and although the school remained faithful to its mission to train doctors, by 1979 it had established a PhD program in the field of biomedical sciences, and then a graduate school of nurses, which opened in 1986.
The School of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts in Worcester is a small educational institution with more than 1,000 students. Students are educated in a variety of medical disciplines (with an emphasis on preparing for the practice of general medicine, as well as primary medical care in the public sector). The school provides educational services through undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs. There is the possibility of distance education. There are exchange programs for students and teachers. The academic year is divided into semesters here. The university has three structural divisions:
The school occupies 124th place in the national ranking and 579 position in the world.
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The campus is located in the city. There is a good library with preparation places, equipped with computers, Internet access and reading rooms. For sports there are sports and gyms, as well as equipped areas. Those interested can get a place in the hostel. For students there is a medical center that provides the necessary medical care and conducts preventive examinations.
Like most universities, the University of Massachusetts Medical School of Worcester pays great attention to the safety of its students. Order on campus is monitored by a police unit. Restaurants and cafes offer students a varied diet, and cozy coffee shops create a pleasant atmosphere for relaxing over a cup of coffee in between classes.
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