Admission into the 4-year program requires a Bachelor Degree or completion of at least two years of post secondary education, which must include successful completion of premedical admission requirements such as:
The 4-year MD degree program comprises 5 semesters of instruction in Basic Medical Sciences in Dominica followed by 72 weeks of clinical clerkships.
The five year MD program is designed for high school graduates intending to obtain a MD Degree.
This program includes 4 semesters of premedical courses, including those listed above. Upon successful completion of 4 semesters of premedical courses, students are automatically allowed to complete the Basic Medical Science (preclinical) portion of the degree program with their counterparts in the 4-Year MD degree program.
Applicants must possess a high school/secondary school diploma or certificate with credits in Mathematics or Calculus, English and Science subjects, including Chemistry and Biology.
Students completing the Nursing degree program may be eligible to transfer to the 4-Year and 5-Year Doctor of Medicine degree program upon successful completion of all the prerequisite courses.
Students with an Associate degree or diploma in Nursing may be granted admission into the second year of the 4-Year B.Sc. (Nursing) program. Also, applicants with Bachelor degree in life sciences or related programs may be eligible for admission into the 3 – year (6 semesters) degree program in Nursing .
Learn more about our nursing program here.
Opportunities are available for individuals with earned Master of Science or MD degree to complete Doctor of Philosophy (PhD.) degree in Microbiology and Immunology or Medical Sciences.
Applicants may be eligible for stipends and research grants to facilitate completion of the PhD. degree program. Interested applicants are required to submit their application for admission as well as research proposals to: firstname.lastname@example.org for the attention of the Research Committee, All Saints University School of Medicine, Dominica.
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