American University of Antigua (AUA), one of the few international medical schools approved for clinical clerkships and residency training by New York state, and a leader in global medical education with campuses in Antigua and India, has expanded its global reach by announcing its partnership with Sungshin Women’s University (Sungshin) of Seoul, South Korea. Qualified Sungshin students may now apply to AUA College of Medicine through two different programs: a Dual Degree Pre-Medical to Medical School program or a Medical School Bridge program.

Through the Dual Degree program, students first pursue a Bachelor degree at Sungshin, studying both liberal arts and a pre-medical curriculum. Upon graduation, qualified students can pursue a medical degree at AUA. Alternatively, individuals already holding a Bachelors degree may enter the Medical School Bridge program at Sungshin and take the prerequisite courses needed to gain admission to AUA.