Enrollment for the new February class of students shows that the program’s appeal continues to spread around the world. The incoming class, which includes about 300 students, has people from Egypt, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, Turkey, Bali, Singapore, Mexico, Brazil and all 10 Canadian provinces. Among U.S. states, Texas and California had the highest number of new students.
“It has been amazing to read and hear students’ journeys from all around the globe and how they found Functional Medicine,” says Elyse Wagner, FMCA co-founder and director of admissions and relationship development. “What has been a personal health struggle for so many has turned into their passion to help others. Now, they’re on a path to create real transformation in their communities and throughout the world.