American University of Antigua College of Medicine (AUA) and the Ontario-based Canadian Institute of Management and Technology (CIMT) have entered into an agreement that provides a preferred admissions pathway for aspiring Canadian medical school students. Under the terms of this agreement, CIMT students who complete CIMT’s prehealth program, maintain strong undergraduate GPAs and meet AUA’s
Fisk University, one of the top historically black universities (HBCUs) in the United States, is partnering with American University of Antigua College of Medicine (AUA) to provide a new pathway for students of color to fulfill their dreams of practicing medicine. Students from Fisk University—the oldest institute of higher learning in Tennessee and the #9 HBCU
Florida International University (FIU) and American University of Antigua College of Medicine (AUA) have partnered to offer AUA students a way to earn a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from FIU’s Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work. As part of the new agreement, AUA students and graduates will be able to apply
American University of Antigua College of Medicine (AUA) is proud to announce a new Clinical affiliation with Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (SABP), United Kingdom. In addition to SABP, AUA has clinical affiliations with Lakeside Healthcare Group, Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, and University Hospitals of Coventry and Warwick. In August 2020,
American University of Antigua (AUA) College of Medicine, a Caribbean medical school dedicated to providing education of the highest quality, granting opportunities to underrepresented minorities and fostering a diverse academic community, announces it has signed its first-ever transfer agreement with the University of Warwick Medical School, which is located in Coventry in the United Kingdom.
A group of American University of Antigua (AUA) College of Medicine students presented as poster finalists at the American College of Physicians (ACP) Internal Medicine Meeting, a national conference that took place on April 11-13, 2019. Bilawal Ahmed, Omar Chaudhary, Mazhar Mustafa, Firas Siddique, Shil Shah, and Byron Okwesili – all fourth-year medical students at
In March, Dr. Swaiman Singh organized a series of medical camps in three cities in the state of Punjab, India, where he grew up. In each of the camps, in Pakhoke, Jalandhar, and Ludhiana, large numbers of residents turned out for preventive care check-ups, health screenings, and other medical services. “We saw around 4,000 patients
Recent news stories have brought to light just how competitive it is for even the most privileged students to get accepted into college. Wealthy parents have been charged with carrying out extensive admissions fraud, with the help of coaches and college prep executives, to get their children into prestigious universities. These stories bring up bigger
On March 8 every year since 1911, we celebrate International Women’s Day to bring awareness to gender equality – highlighting the major cultural, political, social, and economic achievements women have made over time, while also shining a light on the work that still needs to be done. International Women’s Day is an opportunity to reflect
Even before he started medical school, Dr. Swaiman Singh was committed to addressing the healthcare problems he saw in his local community, a village called Pakhoke in the state of Punjab, India. “For the past nine years, I’ve had a habit of going around and helping people in and around my village,” said Dr. Singh.