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The School is an organization promoted by leading physicians and educators from the U.S. We are a collaborative consortium dedicated to the advancement of healthcare and education through the development of new innovative educational methodologies. 

The School brings together the experience and commitment of educators from Applied Health Sciences, Computing, the Basic Sciences, Management, the Arts, Engineering, and Environmental Studies to collaborate on the solution of major health and education related challenges to an efficient, effective, and sustainable University.

A relative newcomer among medical colleges in the Caribbean, The School of Medicine has established itself in the heart of the Caribbean island of St Vincent and the Grenadines.

The School of medicine supports the mission to increase the availability of physicians to serve the needs of the people living in different parts of the world. Our academic environment fosters respect for the uniqueness of humanity. Students are provided with classrooms and clinical experiences designed to prepare them to function as competent, caring, lifelong learners with a distinct medical philosophy.

We invite you to explore this unique institution, the scope of its influence and its promise as the future unfolds.

In an ideal world, every qualified medical aspirant should be able to pursue their dreams with no obstacles. Sadly, we do not live in an ideal world and records show that due to a severe limitation of available seats, only one in four medical aspirants is able to find a spot in the medical institutions in US and Canada. This is where The School advantage comes into play. We strive to provide qualified applicants a means of achieving their dream of becoming a physician. We give new wings to your dreams and do not let a limitation of seats get in your way. In fact, approximately 25% of US medical residents are not graduates of U.S. medical schools.


About School

 As an integral part of the community, American University offers students a life that few universities in the Caribbean can match. The sports clubs and teams are always looking for new members to play soccer, cricket, and beach volleyball.

The School offers a serene, safe, and beautiful environment for students and visitors alike. The island has plenty of natural beauty for students to enjoy and explore on weekends or during breaks. Traveling to The School is hassle-free with daily direct flights from several cities in the US, Canada, and Europe. The cost of living in The School is generally lower than the US and much lower than the majority of other islands in the Caribbean. The School is located in the West Indies in the southern Caribbean. The island measures 18 miles long and 11 miles wide.The School is an independent nation and has a Prime Minister as the head of government. The island has a population of around 120,000 with most living in the capital. The capital of Saint Vincent is Kingstown. The School campus is also located in Kingstown, Saint Vincent, near the southern tip of the island.

The scenic campus in Kingstown on the Caribbean island of The School combines the best of many worlds. With a spectacular view of the ocean, The School campus provides a serene setting just minutes away from the Airport. The School blends a vibrant community with a small-town atmosphere to give you a quality of life that’s hard to match. You’ll quickly become part of the spirit and tradition of The School.

With student organizations catering to a wide range of interests, students actively take part in creating a lively and diverse campus community. In addition, the island of The School affords students a wide array of activities and events to participate in. In one day, a student could dive the crystal clear waters or hike the Piton in the morning and return to campus for a hands-on lab on exotic wildlife species.

Students are captivated by the unique blend of African, English, and French cultures of The School. They can immerse themselves in The School’s rich history or dine at a local restaurant in the picturesque Soufrie, as native music fills the air. Though many languages are spoken, English is the national language.

The School community has proudly embraced the University and its students. For 4 years, students and community members have lived in peace, with a mutual respect that is genuine and admired. In turn, The School has been a vital contributor to the Island through both financial and humanitarian means. The School is proud that its students, graduates, and faculty are dedicated to improving the lives of both old and young on the Island.

The people of The School are friendly, welcoming, and always willing to help. The School is relatively crime-free. Student security is of great importance to The School. There is a security booth on campus to assist with any questions or concerns.

English is the official language of Saint Vincent and is spoken by everyone. Many locals also speak a French-Creole called Patois.

Time Zone
The School is on Atlantic Standard Time Zone, which is one hour ahead of Eastern Standard Time, except during Daylight Savings Time when the time is the same.

There are Super J’s and CK Greaves grocery stores in Kingstown which is very close to campus. All grocery stores have fresh meat, produce, bread, and dairy products as well as all other main essentials including toiletries and cleaning supplies. Restaurants are within a fifteen minute walk from the campus. There are also several other shopping areas around the island.

So what are you waiting for?

 We understand that choosing your right medical school from the many caribbean medical schools is a daunting task. However, as educators, we encourage you to make a sound decision. We at aus are committed to providing you an outstanding path towards medical licensure and molding you into fine physicians and individuals the world can lean on.


Here are a few things that set up apart from the others
Early clinical exposure

Students begin interacting with patients in their first academic term. Exposure to the clinical setting continues throughout subsequent terms at local clinics and faculty-supervised events


USMLE Review

To adequately prepare students for US Licensure, students complete an approved USMLE Review program incorporated into the curriculum. Completed in the fifth term, the course provides a thorough review of the Basic Sciences in preparation for the USMLE Step 1 Exam.


Cutting-Edge Technology

Visible body is interactive software provided to each student at The School. Accessible via computer or mobile device, the application provides over 5,000 3D models of the human body. Gross anatomy and micro-anatomy, as well as physiological processes and pathologies are included.

Simulation Lab

Working with highly realistic adult and pediatric simulators, students get vital hands-on clinical experience in diagnosing and treating patients. Under the careful guidance of our teaching staff, students apply their knowledge in simulation, observation, and debriefing real-life medical scenarios.

Community Health Programs

Students participate in events at local clinics, conduct blood drives, and host local health fairs with a mission to give back to the community. It provides students with an early exposure in a clinical setting, by interacting with patients beginning in their first term.

Distinguished Faculty

All faculty members at The School hold advanced medical or doctoral degrees in their respective fields. Beyond the classroom experience, our distinguished professors provide student advisement and create an atmosphere of unsurpassed excellence. Extensive student-teacher interaction helps students prepare for the USMLE Step 1 Exam.


To train future physicians and professionals to serve selflessly and humbly, while emphasizing strong medical ethics and appreciation of human worth and dignity.


To foster and support a vibrant learning community for students, faculty, staff, and community partners.
To build an outstanding academic program, experiences, comprehensive scholar support, a friendly campus culture and environment that promotes student well-being, faculty and staff engagement, and community involvement.
To lead an innovative medical education program for medical students, faculty, and community physicians.
To develop research and scholarly programs with an emphasis in applied research to prevent disease, personalize medicine, and improving population health.



Medical Schools are constantly improving their programs to keep up with the changes in Medical Education in United States and Canada. US national standards for Medical School curriculum have begun to reflect the need for an integrative approach to basic sciences and the importance of early introduction of clinical cases. Our College is adapting and improving the Medical program to reflect these aspects as well.

At The School, students are exposed to a case-based, problem-oriented curriculum (“problem based learning”, or PBL), which places emphasis on learning that is active (researching, discussing) rather than passive (sitting, memorizing).

Bachelor Degree Programs in the Department of Social & Management Sciences (Accounting) and Department of Information Technology (Computer Science; Software Engineering, Network Engineering and Cyber Security)

In addition to the School of Medicine, which has been in operation since 2012, offering the Doctor of Medicine degree program, The School, St. Vincent and the Grenadines also offers high quality Bachelor degree programs in other professional disciplines such as Accounting, Information Technology (Computer Science, Network Engineering and Cyber Security), Nursing etc.

High School or Secondary School graduates can complete 4-year (8 semesters) degree programs in any of these disciplines in less than 3 years and be job ready ahead of their counterparts in other similar schools, since The School operates three semesters per calendar year system.

Applicants with a 2-year College Diploma (Associate Degree) in a relevant field can complete the 4-year (8 semesters) degree program within 2 calendar years. Such applicants may be granted credits for courses already completed as part of the General Education requirements of The School to facilitate completion of Bachelor degree in their field of choice within 2 calendar years.

A bachelor’s degree Program aims to round out a student as a potential worker and as a whole. It equips the student with skills and knowledge that will lead him/her to professional and middle-management jobs. A Bachelor’s degree is also usually required for admittance into a graduate Program.

Tuition and Fees

Pre-Medical Sciences Semester 1 – 4
Tuition $2500.00 per semester
Exam Fee $100.00 per semester
SGA Fee $50.00 per semester
Basic Medical Sciences Semester 5 – 8
Tuition $3500.00 per semester
Exam Fee $100.00 per semester
SGA Fee $50.00 per semester
Advanced Introduction to Clinical Medicine Semester 9
Tuition $4500.00
Exam Fee $100.00
SGA Fee $50.00
Clinical Sciences (Teaching Hospitals) Semester 10 – 15
Tuition $6750.00
General fees
Application Fee $75.00 (One time only)
Enrollment Fee $1,000.00 (One time only)
Graduation Fee $500.00 (Last semester only)
B.Sc. (Accounting)
Tuition Fee $1750.00 (per semester)
Application Fee $50.00 (One time only)
Enrollment Fee $250.00


B.Sc. (Computer/Engineering )
Tuition Fee $2250.00 (per semester)
Application Fee $50.00 (One time only)
Enrollment Fee $250.00


Other Fees
Student Government fee US$100 / year


Our Prestigious University

The School is recognized by the Education Commission of Foreign Medical Graduates, which makes The School students and graduates to be eligible for taking USMLE examinations.

Ecfmg (USA)

The School is recognized by the Education Commission of Foreign Medical Graduates, which makes The School students and graduates to be eligible for taking USMLE examinations.

World Directory Of Medical Schools

The World Directory of Medical Schools has been developed through a partnership between the World Federation for Medical Education (WFME) and the Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER). The World Directory provides a comprehensive compilation of the information previously contained in the IMED and Avicenna directories. AUS is listed in the world Directory of Medical School which replaces International Medical Education Directory (IMED) and Avicenna Directory (Previously WHO Directory). Listing in World Directory of Medical Schools makes.

Medical Council Of Canada (Canada)

Medical degrees obtained from American University of St Vincent are acceptable to the provincial/territorial medical regulatory authorities in Canada, and therefore acceptable to all medical organizations in Canada.
Graduates of The School are recognized by the Medical Council of Canada (MCC). Consequently, graduates of the University are eligible to sit for Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination (MCCEE) and Medical Council of Canada (MCC) Qualifying Examinations (MCCQE, Parts I and II). These constitute a prerequisite for eligibility to apply for residency training and practice license in Canada.

Medical Council Of India (India)

The School is recognized by the Medical Council of India and its graduates are eligible to appear for the Screening Test and thereby taking up internship in India.

Who, Imed And World Directory Of Medical Schools

The World Health Organization (WHO), early in its history, recognized the need for a reliable list of all of the world’s medical schools, to dologocument where the world’s doctors were educated. With the support of member states, the first edition of the WHO World Directory of Medical Schools was published in 1953.
In August 2007, the WHO signed an agreement with the University of Copenhagen to transfer responsibility for development and maintenance of the directory, which then became the Avicenna Directory, managed by the World Federation for Medical Education (WFME). The Avicenna Directory was opened in 2008, and was maintained by WFME from that date until the end of 2013.
The International Medical Education Directory (IMED) has been managed by the Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER), based in Philadelphia, since soon after the last printed edition of the WHO World Directory of Medical Schools. The information available in IMED is derived from data collected by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) throughout its history of evaluating the medical education credentials of international medical graduates. Using these data as a starting point, FAIMER began developing IMED in 2001 and made it publicly available in April 2002.
The formation of the new World Directory of Medical Schools brings together the two existing world-wide directories of medical schools, Avicenna and IMED. The decision to merge the two directories was taken in September 2010. A Collaboration Agreement between WFME and FAIMER about this merger was finalized in March 2012.

Acgme Teaching Hospitals (USA)

Clinical rotation in USA is completed in ACGME approved teaching hospitals, currently The School has clinical campuses in Chicago and Maryland.

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