Their website says that they are accredited by the WHO and the ECFMG. They also state that they are approved for Title IV financial aid, including Stafford Loans. This all sounds promising. What doesn't sound promising is that they say that you must contact each individual state in the US to see if you can practice there. Contrast this with the four reputable Caribbean schools, which automatically give you access to practicing in all 50 states. Also, I don't know if this is just semantics or if it is significant, but they state that it is The Medical University of Lodz that is accredited by WHO and ECFMG and approved for Title IV loans, not the agency AIM itself. So, I'm not sure what that's all about. If, for our purposes, AIM and Lodz are the same entity, then it sounds good. If not, then I'm not sure what to make of it.