AUC School of Medicine Resources
Your resource for premed resources, insider guides and FAQs, and much more.
If you've ever researched Caribbean medical schools--or just medical school in general, for that matter--then you may know how challenging it can be to separate facts from opinions.
Our resources section is the answer to that. Here, we strive to provide high-quality, peer-reviewed content to answer any questions you may have, regardless of who you are--a premed advisor, an undergraduate student exploring the medical field for the first time, or the parent of a future AUC student.
Medical Student Resources
Learn the ins and outs of applying to medical school, find current MCAT test dates, put your best foot forward with our tips & tricks articles, and more.
Read some proven study tips from the AUC Office of Admissions, courtesy of Jamie DeTrinidad, associate director of admissions.
Personal statements are more important to your medical school application than you might think. Hear from Laura Dwyer, AUC associate director of admissions, on ways to make your statement sing.
Becoming a medical scribe is a great way to get real-world healthcare experience before applying to medical school.
It’s never too early to start exploring different areas of medicine to get a feel for which fits you best. Here, we take an in-depth look at the specialty of Emergency Medicine.
Interested in pediatrics? Learn more about the specialty with perspectives from several of our alumni currently practicing as pediatricians.
View all guides and additional resources for premed students.
The AUC School of Medicine Guide for Parents
An educational resource for parents, created by parents.
A proud tradition of strong performance on the USMLE and in the residency match.
From federal loans to scholarships, learn about the ways that you can help offset the cost of medical school for your son or daughter.
Review AUC's admissions policies, requirements, and philosophies to determine if your son or daughter is a good academic fit for our university.
The AUC Parents Guide covers financial aid, curriculum, admissions, institutional outcomes, and much more.
Information for Premed Advisors
Information to help premed and prehealth advisors determine whether going to medical school in the Caribbean is right for the students they advise.
There are numerous Caribbean medical schools to consider and potentially attend. But not all Caribbean medical schools are created equal. Make sure you know the right questions to ask as you do your research.
Want a student (or alumni) perspective on the Caribbean medical school experience? Check out our curated list of student blogs.
If any of the undergraduate students you're advising have questions about AUC or other Caribbean medical schools, it's important that you have the most up-to-date and accurate information. Get the facts in our information guides.