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American University of St. Vincent School of Medicine is on a trimester system (three semesters per year) for the Four-Year M.D. Program with intakes in September, January, and May (see the academic calendar for specific dates). Students may apply for admission to the program at any time throughout the year. Students are encouraged to submit their applications as early as possible.
4-Year M.D. Program
American University of St. Vincent School of Medicine is on a trimester system (three semesters per year) for the Four-Year M.D. Program with intakes in September, January, and May (see the academic calendar for specific dates). Students may apply for
B.Sc. Nursing Program
Overview B.Sc. (Nursing) degree is a broad-based undergraduate Nursing program within an academic framework specially directed to the development of critical thinking skills, competence, and standards required for the practice of professional nursing and midwifery. The program prepares its graduates
Bachelor of Health Sciences
Bachelor of Health Sciences with major in Diagnostic Medical Imaging or Medical Laboratory Technology The Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHS) degree program at American University, School of Medicine, (AUS), St. Vincent and the Grenadines with major in Diagnostic Medical Imaging
The basic science program runs from semester 1 to semester 5. During the basic science courses, students first learn about anatomy and the core scientific concepts that underlie medicine. These concepts are applied to each of the body’s organ systems
The clinical component of the MD Program is imparting to each medical student graduate with the fundamental patient-centered knowledge and skills important in health and disease as the basis of safe and effective patient care. The gap between the basic
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What to submit when applying?
There are rolling admissions three times a year for sessions commencing in January, May and September.
The admission committee’s decision will be communicated within 2 to 6 weeks from the day of receipt of the completed application.
The following documents are required to be submitted:
- Completed Application Form
- Personal Essay (at least 1 page) outlining why you would like to become a doctor, nurse or cybersecurity professional, etc.
- Official transcripts of academic record from high school & college or university
- Two letters of recommendation
- Three passport sized colour photographs (2″x2″)
- MCAT score, if applying from USA or any of its territories
- TOEFL score, if applicable
- US$100 application fee
Premedical requirements for admission into the 4-year MD degree program normally include University or College-level courses as follows:
- One academic year (2 semesters) of General Biology or Zoology
- One academic year of General or Inorganic Chemistry and one academic year of Organic Chemistry
- One academic year of Physics
- One academic year of English
- One academic year of Mathematics or Calculus
- A broad background in liberal arts or social sciences
Pre-medical admissions requirements
AUS offers a pre-med program that provides strong preparation for medical school. The two academic year pre-med program provides students with all of the college level courses required to enter a Doctor of Medicine Program. The pre-med program at AUS is structured specifically to meet the entry requirements so that students can matriculate into the basic sciences.
Required Documents To Apply:
- Application for Admission
- One-Page Personal Statement
- One Letter of Recommendation
- High School/Secondary School Transcript or National Test Scores
- $75 Application Fee
- Passport Photo
Within one week of a completed application file, including all necessary documents is received; an admissions counselor will schedule an interview to be done either over the telephone or personally at our campus in St Vincent. Applicants are advised that being granted an interview is not a guarantee of acceptance.
Students or applicants who do not possess the premedical prerequisites for admission into the 4-Year MD degree program highlighted above are encouraged to apply for admission into the 5-Year MD degree program of American University of St. Vincent.
Such applicants must possess a high school or secondary school diploma or certificate with credits in science subjects (i.e., chemistry, biology, and physics), mathematics or calculus, and English.
General Entry Requirements for All Candidates for Admission into B.Sc. Degree in Nursing & Information Technology (Cybersecurity) Programmes
Applicants must satisfy the requirements in either (a), (b), or (c) below, in order to be accepted into the undergraduate degree programmes of American University of St. Vincent.
(a) Applicants with CXC/CSEC and CAPE/GCE A Level qualifications having:
- An acceptable pass in CXC/CSEC English or CAPE Communications Studies; AND
- An acceptable pass in CXC/CSEC Mathematics or its equivalent; AND
- One of the following minimum qualifications:
- either five subjects (at least two GCE A Level or CAPE) and the remainder acceptable passes in CXC/CSEC or GCE O’ Level; OR
- four subjects (at least three GCE A Level or CAPE) and the fourth an acceptable pass in the CXC/CSEC or GCE O’ Level
(b) Holders of five (5) CXC/CSEC or GCE O’ Level passes or equivalent, obtained at not more than two sittings
(c) Entrants with a Diploma, Certificate or Associate Degree from an approved Caribbean or Commonwealth country’s tertiary level institution, having attained a B+ average or a minimum GPA of 2.75 or higher.
As necessary, BSc. in any field with the pre-requisite courses or prior learning assessment for prospective students with experience may also be considered for admission in to the B. Sc. Nursing or B. Sc. Cybersecurity programme.
Grades are not the only criteria for acceptance. Although the greatest weight is placed upon a student’s scholastic record, there are many additional factors that are taken into consideration during the admission process. Interviews facilitate the admission process and help the admission committee to determine a student’s demeanor, educational level and degree of commitment.
Prospective students and applicants are encouraged to present a strong case for themselves through outlining their work or volunteer experience, community contributions and scholastic achievements in their personal essay and by providing strong letters of recommendation. Motivation and perseverance are some of the attributes considered when selecting a applicant.
At present, there is no requirement for an entrance examination. However, for students from North America, a very good Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) scores is required for evaluation in the selection process.