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Broader Backgrounds. Better Doctors.

Called to make a difference in medicine? Start your journey to an MD Degree with American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC). Our ACCM accredited program is designed 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.


Our program offers a rigorous education model taught by expert faculty, and designed to develop an in-depth understanding of different healthcare systems and patient populations. Our students benefit from individualized attention in their courses, small class sizes and early clinical skills exposure

3 Enrollment Sessions:

January | May | September

91% Residency Attainment

91% First time residency attainment rate for 2020.

93.2% USMLE Step 1 Pass Rate*

*AUC School of Medicine students’ first-time pass rate for USMLE Step 1 is 94% for period, 2019.

7,500+ Alumni Worldwide

Benefit from our extensive network of graduates practicing medicine around the world.

What Sets Us Apart?

40 Year Legacy of Medical Education

Since 1978, AUC School of Medicine has been a leading provider of international medical education, making us one of the oldest medical schools in the Caribbean. Our alumni network now exceeds 7,500+ graduates from over 78 countries.

Accredited MD Program

AUC School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Commission on Colleges of Medicine (ACCM). Our accreditation standards have been deemed comparable to U.S. medical school requirements by the U.S. Department of Education.

Global Clinical Network

Experience a vast array of clinical training opportunities while rotating at one or more of our 25 affiliated hospital sites. AUC students see a diverse mix of patients across a variety of clinical settings and gain a better understanding of global health care.

Where can I practice medicine as an AUC graduate?

You'll be eligible for licensure to practice in all 50 US states, Canada, and internationally.

Are AUC students eligible for financial aid?

U.S. students can apply for financial aid from the U.S. Department of Education’s William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program. Qualified students can borrow up to the entire cost of attendance (which includes tuition, books and supplies, accommodation, and travel).

Are there scholarships available?

AUC is proud to have awarded more than $24.3 million USD in scholarships since 2009. We offer a variety of merit-based scholarships that reward academic achievement, recognize community volunteerism, and more, for those who qualify.

How selective is AUC's admissions process?

At AUC, we have rigorous standards when considering applicants. Yes, we look at the whole person—we want to know about one's life experience, volunteerism, maturity, and commitment—but we also look closely at how a candidate performed academically as an undergraduate and their MCAT score.
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Join a Proudly Accredited Institution

In addition to a university accreditation from the Accreditation Commission on Colleges of Medicine (ACCM,, American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine earns additional approvals from respected agencies and organizations around the world. View our accreditation and program recognition page for more information.


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"Attending AUC was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. While learning all the fundamentals that helped me succeed in both clinical rotations and residency, I also gained lifelong friendships, family, and unique cultural experiences I’m forever grateful for."

Brian Hachey, MD – AUC School of Medicine, Class of 2013 Cardiology