The American University of Antigua, College of Medicine is an MD program that is approximately years, with the first years in Antigua and the second years in the US and Canada where all clinical rotations are done Graduates are eligible to enter residency and practice throughout the US and Canada Through its affiliate College offers year pre-medical program for students straight out of High School After successful completion of the pre-medical program students will go into medical school the following term.
The College provides a variety of undergraduate courses with an emphasis on the health sciences, and offers many options all of which may lead to an opportunity to earn an MD (Medical Doctor) degree or an Associate of Science (AS) degree in health sciences. These courses help to establish or re-inforce the groundwork for degrees in medicine and other health professions. However, it does not offer programs on Nursing but on medicine related programs.
In order for your application to be considered complete you must submit the following:
A Completed application form.
- Official transcripts from all secondary and post’secondary schools attended.
- Two official letters of recommendation, one of which must be from an academic source.
- A personal statement explaining:
- Why you are considering a career in your chosen field of study.
- How you will be an asset to the college.
- Your accomplishments, activities, and any other information you feel is necessary.
For applicants’ convenience, a rolling admissions policy applies.
Most qualified applicants will have earned a high school diploma with a GPA of 2.8 based on a 4.0 system and at least 1000 or 24 on the first two sections of the SAT or in total for the ACT, respectively.
College-level transfer credits from accredited institutions within the United States and6or from foreign institutions on a case-by-case basis is acceptable.
Transfer credits are evaluated by the Admissions Committee and are not guaranteed. Curriculum is taught in English, and all accepted students must be proficient in English. If English is not your primary language, confirm your mastery of English by taking the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Test System (IELTS).
- Who needs to take the TOEFL or IELTS?
All applicants who graduated from institutions located in countries where English is not the primary language: and/or as requested by the College Admissions Committee if it appears that language could interfere with the student’s academic success.
- What is the current cutoff score for these exams?
The current overall cutoff score for the TOEFL is 109 (Internet-based total, or its equivalent on the Computer-based or Paper-based versions): and The current overall cut off score for the IELTS is 7.5 (overall band score).
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