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American University Of Antigua College Of Medicine

1.3/5, 1.3 from 1 review
SAT Required:
No
MCAT Required:
Yes
Program Duration:
4 Years
Accept International Students:
Yes
Language of Instruction:
English
Medical Program In English?:
Yes
Contact Person:
888-282-8633
Web Address:
https://www.auamed.org
The American University of Antigua (AUA) is a for-profit private medical institution of higher education located near the capital city of St. John's
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Recent Reviews

  1. Mr.Cat
    Money making school
    1.25/5, 1.25 out of 5, reviewed Feb 9, 2018
    Occupation:
    Student
    Administration:
    1.00/5,
    Class Size:
    201 - 250 Students
    Professors:
    2.00/5,
    Quality of life:
    2.00/5,
    Clinical Experience:
    3.00/5,
    I'm currently a student here and I must say I was decieved, AUA was falsely advertised. Once you get to AUA it's nothing but headaches. You won't have time to study.

    They are a school that just wants to make money nothing else.

    I would highly recommend looking at other Carribbean schools before considering AUA.

Recent Questions

  1. Murat10
    How is student life here? Is there fun? Stuff to do? How is the cost of living? How much are average tickets back to the USA?
    1. Mr.Cat
      Quality of life is not the best. Stay way!
  2. QuickSelver
    How much is tuition cost per semester?
    1. Mr.Cat

Medical School Details

  1. American University of Antigua (AUA)

    The American University of Antigua (AUA) is a for-profit private medical institution of higher education located near the capital city of St. John's in the Caribbean nation of Antigua and Barbuda. The sole program at AUA is the College of Medicine.Have you taken all your prerequisites? Want to know about your financing options? Don’t know where to start? The administrative departments at American University of Antigua (AUA) College of Medicine are here for you. Admissions and Student Financial Services represent
    American University of Antigua (AUA) College of Medicine is an institution dedicated to creating future generations of physicians that serve the communities they represent. Those communities are often underrepresented in the medical field and are reflected in the diversity of our student body. Founded in 2004, AUA has accomplished more than some schools have in decades. AUA leads the way in addressing the projected physician shortage, especially in the areas of primary care, family medicine, and internal medicine. Our world-class faculty places a premium on making themselves accessible to students and creating a learning environment in which hands-on training is the norm.

    A brief look at some of AUA’s biggest achievements will give prospective applicants a boost of confidence about their decision to seriously consider AUA:

    • AUA is approved, recognized and accredited by the U.S. Department of Education, the New York State Education Department, the Medical Board of California, the Florida Department of Education, and the Caribbean Accreditation Authority for Education in Medicine and other Health Sciences. We are one of only three Caribbean medical schools with these distinctions.

    • AUA’s first-time pass rate for USMLE, Step 1, the most important exam for U.S. and Caribbean medical students, is 96%.

    • AUA has a growing network of 35 hospital affiliates across the United States and Canada.

    • AUA has two groundbreaking programs with Florida International University (FIU). The Clinical Clerkship Certificate program makes it possible for students to complete all their core clinical rotations hospitals affiliated with FIU’s Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine (HWCOM), while the AUA-FIU Global MD program provides research opportunities, medical Spanish training, and focuses on the social determinants of health at home and abroad.

    Title IV (Federal) funding, Canadian Federal Loans, VA benefits, and scholarships are available to qualified applicants.

    For students who are committed to studying medicine, passionate about serving their communities, and envision themselves responding to health care needs locally and globally, AUA is an ideal choice.
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