Over our 20-year history as a leading Caribbean Medical School , AUIS has attracted US, Canadian and international students, successfully matching them in medical residency programs within the US and Canada. As a medical school administration with an inclusive philosophy we view admissions and teaching with a more holistic lens. Students with top grades and a solid interview mean more to us than standardized tests results, while we offer tuition credit to students with high MCAT scores we are a medical school that does not require the MCAT – the personal desire to heal and prevent disease as well as a demonstrated disciplined approach to study are the recognized and rewarded cornerstones of the AUIS student’s success.
“Celebrating my third anniversary as the Provost and Dean of Clinical Affairs of the American University of Integrative Sciences; it gives me great pleasure to outline the school’s accomplishments over my tenure.”
With 1000+ alumni in the United States and Canada and one of the most affordable medical school tuition structures, AUIS provides an amazing environment, allowing students to thrive and develop their knowledge and skills in the beauty of our Caribbean Medical University. With advanced USMLE Step and MCCEE preparation, small class sizes, and a system-based US curriculum, students at the American University of Integrative Sciences enjoy the perfect setting to prepare for their medical careers.
If your goal is to become a practicing physician in the United States or Canada, your education needs to be based on US medical standards. AUIS has a track record of producing physicians who Match on the first attempt.
The reopening process will be conducted in two stages:
Stage 1: Reopening of the Barbados Campus for faculty and students currently on the island beginning May 25th 2021.
Stage 2: Full reopening of campus for in-person sessions beginning Fall 2021 semester on August 30th 2021.
This fall, we look forward to welcoming students and faculty back to campus and providing the opportunities for social interaction and engagement that are vital to the medical school experience. As we do so, the health and safety of our campus community will continue to remain a top priority. The AUIS reopening of the Barbados campus will be in full compliance with the “Guidelines for the safe operation of schools – April 2021” approved by the Barbados Ministry of Education. You can find more details here: https://gisbarbados.gov.bb/blog/covid-19-school-guidelines-available-online/
We will require that all eligible faculty, staff and students receive the full schedule of COVID-19 vaccination prior to the start of the Fall Semester in Barbados!