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Franklin
08-14-2006, 03:03 PM
Hello , I would like to know if there are computer facilities for students to use on campus. Can you also tell me what the library is like , what facilities they have and its general size. Could someone tell me if there are printers available on campus ?

sreec
08-14-2006, 06:31 PM
There's a library with tons of text books, review books, journals, etc. etc. More information can be found here:

http://students.auamed.net/library/

There's a computer wing in the library with plenty of computers and two central laser printers that you can print to. Think the charge is 25 cents EC (10 cents US) per page.

ULTRON
08-30-2006, 02:26 PM
Wow, the library's website is pretty impressive. So is AUA #5 after SABA?

ULTRON

SinghMD
09-01-2006, 06:09 PM
Hello guys
I am a senior in high school and am applying to AUA for the pre-med thing. Um, can someone give me a description of the life there. I checked the website, the dorms look nice, too nice almost. And since im from NY, going to antigua would be easier for me instead of going to Manipal in India. Also, for your clinicals, do they send students to florida or to NY? Do you have a choice?
Neha

sreec
09-01-2006, 07:04 PM
The preclinical (fifth) semester is in Miami, but you have some choice as to where to do your clinicals. Our list of clinical sites can be found here:

Medical School Caribbean: Clinical Sciences - American University of Antigua College of Medicine (http://www.auamed.org/med/Academic_Info/Clinical_Sci/clinical_sciences.html)

jameslynton
09-02-2006, 12:56 AM
Wow, the library's website is pretty impressive. So is AUA #5 after SABA?

ULTRONThat is a hard question to answer. Most people would prefer not to give numbers to who is what. School in the islands is what you make it. Just like it is in any medical school in the US. Please avoid numbers and ranking. In stead look for a school that meets your needs.

Mr. California
09-07-2006, 04:06 AM
The AUA library has very few volumes in it. The school tried to make it look like there were as many books as possible for the New York accreditation team, but the fact is if you look at the books they are old, out of date, few in number, from some used book store or whatever. No one uses the books in the AUA library for anything anyway. Most of the students don't even know how to make a bibliography for a presentation or report. I recommend that you check out a new California medical school that is accepting students now for January 2007 at Stewart University (http://www.**********.org) instead of wasting time with AUA

victronics
09-07-2006, 04:23 AM
The AUA library has very few volumes in it. The school tried to make it look like there were as many books as possible for the New York accreditation team, but the fact is if you look at the books they are old, out of date, few in number, from some used book store or whatever. No one uses the books in the AUA library for anything anyway. Most of the students don't even know how to make a bibliography for a presentation or report. I recommend that you check out a new California medical school that is accepting students now for January 2007 at Stewart University (http://www.**********.org) instead of wasting time with AUA

is this a joke? i mean the stewart university. goodluck to all that attends.

MDXRS22
09-07-2006, 10:54 AM
This must be a real joke:)







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