With graduates across the globe and a state of the art campus that include professors and students from over 85 different countries, Columbus Central University has earned a worldwide reputation as an international center for medical education and a beacon of academic excellence. The school of medicine is upholding its reputation and dedication to developing outstanding doctors and working hard to improved health standards and health care delivery systems throughout the world. Its reputation for academic excellence and innovative approach to medical training continues to attract students from across the world and distinguished faculty from the most prestigious medical institutions.
Almost all of the founding faculty members have been educated either in the United States or Europe, and their broad range of experience has led to the creation of an innovative curriculum that combines the best of the American and British medical traditions.
Columbus Central University has built a strong faculty, recruited from numerous countries, shaped graduate and undergraduate programs aimed at attracting students from developing nations, worked closely with the government of Belize to ensure mutual cooperation, and has overseen the expansion of the Belize campus. The University is poised to continue the legacy, with the campus expansions and further growth of the undergraduate and research programs.
We are confident that because of modern teaching guidelines, the university has earned its reputation as a leading international center for medical education. The reputation for academic excellence and innovative approach to medical training continues to attract students from across the world and distinguished faculty from the most prestigious medical institutions.
Largely because of its commitment to basic teaching and faculty development, the University has attracted distinguished visiting professors from some of the world's most prestigious institutions. Many of these scholars have joined Columbus Central University on a permanent basis and work with the administration, to create new programs beyond medicine. As one would expect, the medical school's growing reputation has attracted a new breed of international medical student. The students are committed to the life-long study and practice of medicine as well as the transformational power of medicine in improving existing health care delivery systems around the world.