Throughout its existence, American University of Antigua (AUA) has actively sought out and recruited top students through articulation agreements with respected undergraduate programs. Officials from AUA carried on this tradition by signing an articulation agreement with representatives from the University of Bridgeport (UB). Through this agreement, graduates of the University of Bridgeport meeting specific criteria receive guaranteed admission into AUA’s College of Medicine.

In return, Bridgeport will offer qualified graduates of the American International College of Arts and Sciences—Antigua (AICASA) admission into its BS in Biology, Health Sciences, or General Studies programs.

The signing took place in the offices of the University of Bridgeport in Bridgeport, CT. UB offers a wide array of career-oriented academic programs to students seeking personal and professional growth. UB’s founders placed a strong value on cooperative education, mirrored in AUA’s commitment to being a globally minded institution that remains deeply rooted in the United States healthcare establishment.

“By joining with University of Bridgeport in an articulation agreement,” said Sr. Vice President for Enrollment Management Dick Woodward, “we have guaranteed their impressive graduates access to a world-class medical education. In exchange, students benefitting from the medical foundation provided at AICASA can develop their skills further in one of several excellent Bachelor of Science programs at the University of Bridgeport.”

“Furthermore,” he continued, “this agreement provides another indication that AUA is a globally minded institution, and strengthens our roots in the New York area.”

About the University of Bridgeport:

The University of Bridgeport offers career-oriented undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees and programs for people seeking personal and professional growth. The University promotes academic excellence, personal responsibility, and commitment to service. Distinctive curricula in an international, culturally diverse, supportive learning environment prepare graduates for life and leadership in an increasingly interconnected world. The University is independent and non-sectarian.