american university of barbados

school of medicine

Barbados  +1246-428-2000
India  +91 7317300166
E-mail  info@aubmed.org

How to Apply


American University of Barbados is dedicated to seeing that all qualified candidates who are interested in a career in medicine have the opportunity to study at our campus. We have made our application and matriculation process as simple as possible. The admission process comprises of the following easy steps.

Step 1

Obtain the application form
There are two ways to get the Application Form and check list.

Download it from our website.
Contact our admissions office

Step 2

Complete application form and the other requested documents below:

The application form and check list must be completed and signed
An application fee of $100.00 (one hundred) US dollars must be included
A personal statement of your goals and outlooks in no more than 1000 words
Five (5) passport size photographs, one must be attached to the application
Two letters of recommendation, from teachers, medical professionals or employers
Transcripts from your high school, college and graduate schools must be sent directly from the school to the admissions office.
Photocopies of all relevant diplomas, certificates and awards.
It is recommended but not required that results of any tests you may have taken be sent to us including the MCAT, SAT, ACT, PSAT, etc, These are not required but will help the admissions staff to make a decision better if you have them.
Mail the documents to: American University of Barbados, Lands down, Sliver Sands, Christ Church, Barbados

Step 3

Matriculation

As soon as your file is completed the admissions committee will meet to discuss your admission to the university. An interview will then be scheduled with the admissions committee. The interview may be conducted in person, over telephone or via video conference. Successful candidates will be notified and need to make the payment to The American University of Barbados. Please refer fee structure. All the successful candidates will receive a package from the school which needs to be completed prior to matriculation into the school.


In order to begin classes the student must:

Complete the housing application
Make payment of the first semester's tuition
Send a copy of your passport
Proof and guarantee of your ability to pay for the subsequent three semesters of education

Step 4

American University of Barbados

All students must travel with valid passport.
Citizens of Barbados do not need a visa.
Students from countries other than Barbados need a student visa to enter American University of Barbados. This process takes about 30-40 days to complete.
Proof and guarantee of your ability to pay for the subsequent three semesters of education Eligibility (Entrance Requirement)

Entry Requirements for the Premedical Program

Applicants presenting secondary school, Advanced Level of the General Certificate of Education, the International Baccalaureate, or university/college undergraduate credentials will be assessed individually and will be considered for appropriate entry into the premedical program.

Premedical Program: First Semester a. Passes in GCSE Ordinary Levels (or the equivalent) are required in Mathematics, Science, Biology, Chemistry, English, and at least one other subject.


Or


b. High school diploma (or the equivalent) with a strong GPA in science and strong SAT scores.

Premedical Program: Second or Third Semester Minimum of 30 university/college undergraduate-level credits that include some science foundation courses.*

* The science foundation courses required as a prerequisite to the medical program are: Biology I and II with lab, Organic Chemistry I and II with lab, Inorganic Chemistry I and II (General or Physical) with lab, at least one semester Physics with lab, one semester of Math (Calculus, Computer Science, or Statistics), and one semester of English.

A diploma in Premedical is awarded, if a student completes all four semesters of Pre Medical in Barbados. A Certificate will be awarded to a student that joins the program from second semester minimum.