The undergraduate program of the Faculty of Medicine Universitas Indonesia (FMUI) uses a 5.5 year-competency-based curriculum. The medical school accepts high school graduates, who are required to take preclinical courses during the first 3.5 years (7 semesters). In the preclinical stage, the curriculum is developed progressively with a system-based learning approach. The primary learning activities during this stage include problem-based learning, collaborative learning, interactive lectures, and laboratory and clinical skills sessions, with sufficient time for independent learning.

The clinical stage begins in the eighth semester with a clinical rotations approach. Students are assigned to lengthy clinical rotations in internal medicine, surgery, obstetrics/gynecology, and pediatrics during their first year in the clinical stage, followed by shorter clinical rotations during the second year of their clinical stage. Following the short clinical rotations, students are placed in primary care centers and district hospitals for a pre-internship program. The primary learning activities during the clinical stage are conducted in the workplace, where students are exposed to patient encounters under supervision, case presentations, and clinical skills sessions.

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