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    Joseph_Ali is offline Newbie 510 points
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    Aureus University or All Saints University or AUA

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    Hello Guys

    I am a Canadian student and i am planing to study medicine in the Caribbean. I just graduated from high school and i didn't attend any other university so i don't have any university credits. I am thinking of going to a medicine university that provides a premedical course. after i did my research i came up with 3 universities, All saint, Aureus and AUA.

    I need an advise about those university. which one is better and has a better future.

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    Hi there,
    From high school I would really recommend that you go to AUA they have an amazing pre-med program. After the 16 months of their pre-med you are guaranteed to get into their medical program providing you pass all 16 months. AUA is the only school of the three that is recognizable in all 50 states of the USA and is a very good school. You need to look at credibility. Sources: I went to AUA did the 16 month pre-med, went to their medical school. Also look at the California state medical board approval website to see what schools are accedited and you will see that all saints and aureus is not. If you are looking at medical schools you should only look at those with a decent history such as St. Georges, AUA, AUC, Ross, Saba. The rest - well I will let you decide for yourself. If they let you into a medical program from the get go...well then you missed a lot of basic sciences. You should also look at the 6 year medical programs in Europe. Good luck.

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    Hi there,
    From high school I would really recommend that you go to AUA they have an amazing pre-med program. After the 16 months of their pre-med you are guaranteed to get into their medical program providing you pass all 16 months. AUA is the only school of the three that is recognizable in all 50 states of the USA and is a very good school. You need to look at credibility. Sources: I went to AUA did the 16 month pre-med, went to their medical school. Also look at the California state medical board approval website to see what schools are accedited and you will see that all saints and aureus is not. If you are looking at medical schools you should only look at those with a decent history such as St. Georges, AUA, AUC, Ross, Saba. The rest - well I will let you decide for yourself. If they let you into a medical program from the get go...well then you missed a lot of basic sciences. You should also look at the 6 year medical programs in Europe. Good luck.

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    From High School, you shouldn't be applying to any Carib schools at all.

    Complete your college, apply to Canadian schools first. Then apply to Carib.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drzhivago View Post
    From High School, you shouldn't be applying to any Carib schools at all.

    Complete your college, apply to Canadian schools first. Then apply to Carib.
    I support this recommendation too. Caribbean schools are very unforgiving when it comes to failing courses (and I mean they will kick you out for one single failure, especially the big 4 and AUA and UMHS). Besides, If you get in in Canada, then you are almost guaranteed to be a physician. European 6 year programs are good out of high school and it helps if you have a European citizenship as you can get a residency there with it; but do your research whether you can use it to get back to Canada/USA afterwards because I think that you need a Bachelors before your MD degree to get licensed.

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    Before apply Carib school you need to first compete your bachelor degree after that you will be able to apply to Canadian schools then you will be able to apply for Carib school.

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