At AUC, we realize that each of our students is unique. Everyone has their own personal story that motivates them and their own path to achieving their dream. We appreciate that—because our students aren’t numbers. To us, they are future physicians, and we’re here for them.
The mission of American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC) is to train tomorrow’s physicians, whose service to their communities and their patients is enhanced by international learning experiences, a diverse learning community, and an emphasis on social accountability and engagement. As you go through the admissions process we know you may have a lot of questions, and who better to answer them than AUC students and admissions staff?
AUC's Admissions Committee considers many factors when reviewing an applicant for consideration. In this webinar, we will discuss qualifying for medical school components such as undergraduate performance and standardized test scores, as well as intellectual and social maturity, critical judgment, adaptability, volunteer work, life experiences, and graduate school performance (if applicable).
What can you offer medical schools, besides the numbers? Is a high GPA and solid MCAT score enough? This is where your personal statement comes in. It turns you into a three-dimensional person and helps you stand out from a crowded field of applicants. Writing the personal statement—and even just brainstorming a topic—can be a struggle for many. In this webinar, Moon Prep counselors highlight everything you need to know about writing the personal statement.
All Nigerian science students looking for graduate entry medicine should attend this webinar. We will discuss the admissions process, requirements, and timelines for placement. This webinar will provide insight into our specially designed pathway program for science graduates to study Medicine along with Career pathways to practice Medicine in the UK, USA & Abroad. We will be joined by current UK Track student, Daniel Udochi. You will hear firsthand about our program from a current student!