If you ask the typical person on the street to list the top medical schools chances are they will be able to name at least a couple of them. There are six medical schools in Ireland They are at Trinity College Dublin , the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland , University College Dublin , University College Cork , University of Limerick and the National University of Ireland, Galway (the National University of Ireland is the degree-awarding institution for all except the University of Limerick and Trinity College).
After both parts of the MCCQE are successfully completed, the resident becomes a Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada However, in order to practice independently, the resident must complete the residency program and take a board examination pertinent to his or her intended scope of practice.
Yes, as far as I know, you would need to study at a US undergrad/post-baccalaureate institution for at least 2-3 years before applying for a US medical school – but you should try to contact the specific schools you would potentially like to apply for to see if they have a different policy!
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The only obstacle is that a residency program would have to sponsor your H1-B visa in order for you to be able to work as a medical resident in the US – which can effectively increase the competition among the international students, as spots like that are somewhat limited.