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All Saint University - School of Medicine Dominica Application
Contact Information

Location
Hillsborough Street Roseau, Commonwealth of Dominica

Phone
1 866 602 9555

Email
info@allsaintsuniversity.org

 

What programs do you offer?

We offer two Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree programs, the 4-year MD degree and the 5-year MD degree programs.

What do I need to enter medical school?

You need a Bachelor’s degree in the Life Sciences to enter the 4 year MD degree program, with credits in General Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Biology and the Humanities.

Can I enter medical school straight from High School?

You can enroll in our 5-year MD degree program. To be eligible for admission you must have high school credits in English, Mathematics (Calculus or Advanced Functions), Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.

How do I apply?

You can apply online. We will need a copy of your transcripts in premed for the 4 year degree program and in high school for the 5 year degree program.

Do I need to take the MCAT?

No. MCAT score is not a requirement for admission at this time. However, it may enhance consideration for admission and or scholarship.  

Do you provide scholarships?

Yes we do, depending on your scholastic performance prior to medical school, letters of recommendation, and your personal statement. We can provide UP TO 50% scholarship. Please contact admissions@allsaintsuniversity.org to avail yourself of scholarships.

Are you approved for Federal Loans?

Canadian students may avail themselves of the Canada Student Loan Program by contacting their respective provinces. Financial institutions and banks in the United States also provide loans to facilitate study at All Saints University.

Are you recognized?

Yes, All Saints University MD degree programs are recognized by the Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education, Dominica. The University is also listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools and in the International Medical Education Directory (IMED). Our graduates are thus eligible to apply for practising license in the United States, Canada, the U.K. and other countries that recognize the WHO. 

What are your textbooks for medical school?

Our textbooks are listed in this PDF file (please see attached PDF file).

How do I pay my tuition?

There are several ways of paying for your tuition. You can pay online through the following link:

http://allsaintsuniversity.org/paytuition


You can also pay by wire/bank transfer or by sending us a checque. Please contact accountsclerk@allsaintsuniversity.org on how you can pay this way.

I would like to transfer to your school, how do I go about this?

Question: I am currently a medical student from another school, I would like to transfer to your school, how do I go about this?

We need you to apply online, or send us an application form with a copy of your current or most recent transcript from your current medical school.

I have finished my Basic Medical Sciences and would like to transfer to your school for Clinical Rotations. Will I be accepted?

Yes. We also need you to apply online and send us your completed Basic Medical Science transcript. Do take note we cannot accept students on their last year of medical school, but you may be accepted if you agree to undergo at least 48 weeks of Clinical Rotations. 
Location: Hillsborough Street Roseau, Commonwealth of Dominica     Phone: 1 866 602 9555    Email:  info@allsaintsuniversity.org      Contact Form      Webmail