Students need to request all documents for financial aid  and for health insurance purposes through this portal.

If your request type does NOT appear on the list below please email your request to registrar@auis.edu


1. Canadian Provincial Funding Requests including paperwork for the following:

a. Program Information Forms

b. Confirmation/Continuation of Enrollment/Registration Form

c. Continuation of Interest Free Status Form

d. Program Cost Form

e. Appendix 3 Form

f. NSLSC Documents

g. Loan Deferment Documentation


2. Submission of a request does not guarantee that it can be completed as the institution must ensure that the student is complying with all of the minimum standards of the relevant funding entities.

Any items that prohibit the completion of the submitted request will be communicated to the student through their AUIS email account.

Please note that all funding requests are processed only one time per week.

PLEASE NOTE: WHEN SUBMITTING ANY FINANCIAL AID FORMS TO US, PLEASE DO NOT FILL OUT ANY INFORMATION OR MAKE ANY MARKS ON THE FORMS, OTHER THAN YOUR OWN PERSONAL INFORMATION AND SIGNATURE.

If these loans are not enough, many of our students have obtained lines of credit from private banks in Canada such as the Bank of Montreal, TD Canada Trust, RBC Royal Bank, and CIBC. The educational lines of credit are designed with medical school students’ needs in mind and are affordable and very flexible.

You will probably need a credit worthy co-signer in order to obtain approval for these lines of credit. We recommend that you apply at your local branch where you have a developed relationship, as these approvals are made on the local level and relationships are helpful.

Canadian Tax Information

The American University of Integrative Sciences, Barbados School of Medicine is recognized as an eligible institution by the Canadian government for tax credit purposes.

The eligibility credit is listed under 118.6(1) (b) of the Canadian Income Tax Act.

The Canadian government permits a Canadian taxpayer who, during the year, was a student in full-time attendance at a universities outside Canada in a course leading to a degree to claim as a tax credit with appropriate percentage of tuition and fees paid subject to certain restrictions.

Please contact the Bursar for additional information and a copy of the documentation necessary for this tax credit.For additional details or questions, contact a Canadian tax professional.

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