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This school is committed to providing affordable, leading medical education. The University strives to produce broadly and thoroughly educated graduates who realize that the medical profession is not simply a trade to be learned, but that it denotes a sense of social responsibility.

We seek applicants that have a strong drive and desire to succeed and are able to focus on the compassionate and the humanitarian aspects of the medical profession. 

Our University encourages its students to actively engage themselves in the community and to respond to the needs of those they serve.

Starting a career in medicine depends on solid foundation of information and knowledge acquired during your time in medical school.

Our programs are accredited by independent and international accreditation bodies to provide excellent learning experiences for our students and allowing our graduates to secure residencies and become licensed doctors in the United States, Canada, Dominica and all UN-member states.

 

ACCREDITED BY THE ACCM . . .

Effective May  2019, The Accreditation Commission on Colleges of Medicine (ACCM), Ireland has accredited Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree programs of All Saints University School of Medicine, Dominica. The ACCM is an internationally recognized accreditation body that uses standards similar to the Liaison Commission on Medical Education (LCME) standards. The LCME is responsible for accreditation of Medical Schools in the United States.

 

DOMINICA

This school is chartered and recognized by the Government of the Commonwealth of Dominica. The University is authorized by the Government of Dominica to confer Doctor of Medicine (MD) Degree upon its students who successfully complete all the graduation requirements of the University. Graduates of This school are eligible to practice medicine in Dominica.

 

USA

This school is recognized by FAIMER and listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools (WDOMS) with an ECFMG Sponsor Note stating the graduation years of 2006 – Current. Our students and graduates are therefore eligible to apply to the ECFMG for ECFMG Certification and United States Medical Licensing Examinations (USMLE) as a step towards ECFMG Certification.

 

CANADA

This school is 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 licence in Canada.

 

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (W.H.O.)

This school is recognized by the World Health Organization. The University is listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools. This recognition affords graduates of This school to be eligible to apply for practice licence in UN-member states.

 

This University AT A GLANCE

  • Accredited by the ACCM with students from over 35 countries.
  • Licensed graduates throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, the Caribbean, the European Union (Norway, Denmark, etc.), Asia (India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, etc.) and Africa (Nigeria, Botswana, South Africa, etc.).
  • High pass rates on licensing board examinations (e.g., USMLE. MCCEE, CAMC, PLAB, etc.).
  • Ultra-modern and state-of-the-art simulation technologies and laboratories.
  • Highly qualified and experienced full-time faculty members with MD, PhD, or MD PhD degrees.
  • American-based and equivalent MD degree Curriculum.
  • Clinical clerkships and training at top-notch ACGME-accredited/teaching hospitals across the United States.
  • The most affordable quality medical education in the Americas.
  • Student Financial Aid Programs for the entire MD degree program supported by credible institutions in Canada, the United States and the Caribbean.

 

Mission Statement

The Medical School’s central mission is to educate and produce compassionate, competent and socially responsible healthcare professionals who are capable of providing the best care possible to the global community and are able to assume leadership positions in their field of specialty.

 

Vision

The Medical School vision includes:

  • Community Engagement whereby students can engage in outreach programs to reduce health disparities in underserved populations. 
  • Diversity in all its forms to enhance All Saints University core mission, with physicians being trained alongside colleagues from different social and cultural backgrounds to develop a broader understanding of the human condition.

    Collaboration among faculty members to foster an atmosphere of interdepartmental relationship aimed at fulfilling the University mission. 

 

Goals

  • Ensure that students are well grounded in Basic Medical Sciences to equip them with the knowledge and skills that could be deployed in scientific and clinical research into contemporary health problems and also to initiate research into the mystery surrounding health problems lacking a clear cut solution.
  • Ensure that students understand medicine within the framework of different social, economic and cultural situations.
  • Inculcate students of the University with problem solving, critical thinking, and clinical judgment skills.
  •  Prepare students for Licensing Examinations, such as the United States Medical Licensing Examinations (USMLEs), Medical Council of Canada Evaluating Examination (MCCEE), the Caribbean Association of Medical Council (CAMC) Examination, Professional and Linguistic Assessments Board (PLAB) Test, etc. and also for smooth transition from predominantly classroom and laboratory–based preclinical component of the medical program to clinical clerkships in the hospital and residency training.
  • Produce graduates with strong moral and ethical basis for the practice of medicine.

TUITION & FEES

A detailed breakdown of fees for our 4-Year and 5-Year Doctor of Medicine (MD) Degree programs are outlined below. You will find miscellaneous fees, approximations of other costs, and tuition for our 3-Year and 4-Year Bachelor of Science (Nursing) Degree programs further down. Please be advised that all fees listed here are subject to change without notice at the discretion of the University.

 

4 – Year MD Degree Fees

 

Year 1 (Basic Medical Sciences)

  • Application Fee$100

    All applicants pay a one-time fee for their application.

  • Enrollment Fee$1000

    All students pay a one-time enrollment fee.

  • Semester 1$5750

    MD 1 – 16 weeks

  • Semester 2$5750

    MD 2 – 16 weeks

  • Semester 3$5750

    MD 3 – 16 weeks

  • Other Fees$900

    Each semester, students pay $50 in student government fees, $100 for health insurance, and $150 in exam fees.

 

Year 2 (Basic Medical Sciences)

  • Semester 4$5750

    MD 4 – 16 weeks

  • Semester 5$5750

    MD 5 – 16 weeks

  • Clinical Observership$1000
  • Other Fees$600

    Each semester, students pay $50 in student government fees, $100 for health insurance, and $150 in exam fees.

 

Year 3 (Clinical Sciences)

  • Semester 6$8750

    CR 1 – 12 weeks

  • Semester 7$8750

    CR 2 – 12 weeks

  • Semester 8$8750

    CR 3 – 12 weeks

  • Other Fees$600

    Each semester, students pay $200 for electronic register fees.

 

Year 4 (Clinical Sciences)

  • Semester 9$8750

    CR 4 – 12 weeks

  • Semester 10$8750

    CR 5 – 12 weeks

  • Semester 11$8750

    CR 6 – 12 weeks

  • Other Fees$600

    Each semester, students pay $200 for electronic register fees.

  • Graduation Fee$500

 

5 – Year MD Degree Fees

 

Year 1 (Pre-Medical Sciences)

  • Application Fee$100

    All applicants pay a one-time fee for their application.

  • Enrollment Fee$1000

    All students pay a one-time enrollment fee.

  • Semester 1$4995

    PM 1 – 16 weeks

  • Semester 2$4995

    PM 2 – 16 weeks

  • Semester 3$4995

    PM 3 – 16 weeks

  • Other Fees$900

    Each semester, students pay $50 in student government fees, $100 for health insurance, and $150 in exam fees.

 

Year 2 (Basic Medical Sciences)

  • Semester 4$4995

    PM 4 – 16 weeks

  • Semester 5$5750

    MD 1 – 16 weeks

  • Semester 6$5750

    MD 2 – 16 weeks

  • Other Fees$900

    Each semester, students pay $50 in student government fees, $100 for health insurance, and $150 in exam fees.

 

Year 3 (Basic Medical Sciences)

  • Semester 7$5750

    MD 3 – 16 weeks

  • Semester 8$5750

    MD 4 – 16 weeks

  • Semester 9$5750

    MD 5 – 16 weeks

  • Clinical Observership$1000
  • Other Fees$900

    Each semester, students pay $200 for electronic register fees.

 

Year 4 & 5 (Clinical Sciences)

Fees for the last two years of the 5 – Year MD Degree program follow the same fee structure as the last two years of the 4 – Year MD Degree program

 

4 – Year & 3 – Year Bachelor of Science (Nursing) Degree Program Fees

 

Year 1

2 Semesters

$4140per Semester
  •  4000 – Tuition Fees
  •  90 – Exam Fees
  •  50 – SGA Fees

 

Year 2

2 Semesters

$4140per Semester
  •  4000 – Tuition Fees
  •  90 – Exam Fees
  •  50 – SGA Fees

 

Year 3

2 Semesters

$4140per Semester
  •  4000 – Tuition Fees
  •  90 – Exam Fees
  •  50 – SGA Fees

 

Year 4

2 Semesters

$4140per Semester
  •  4000 – Tuition Fees
  •  90 – Exam Fees
  •  50 – SGA Fees

 

Miscellaneous Fees

The fees mentioned below are not included in tuition and are charged separately where appropriate.

Fees are due two months prior to commencement of the semester. If fees are not paid on time, de-registration may occur. A $250 penalty will be applied upon reinstatement. Returning students are required to pay tuition fees one month prior to the beginning of the semester or else a $250 late payment fee will be charged.

Any student who is absent for two terms or semesters without providing a valid written request and without obtaining prior approval from the university authorities may be subject to sanction or dismissal from the university; this would appear in the transcript of academic record of such a student.

All students are required to pay US $150.00 as caution deposit for the histo/path lab. This amount will be refunded upon completion of the course if no damages to slides and microscopes are incurred. The government requires that students obtain proper health insurance before they arrive on the island. 

Unofficial and Official transcripts from the University are subject to a US $30.00 fee per request.

All NBME-Administered exams are US $200 per sitting

All students are required to obtain malpractice insurance prior to commencement of their clinical rotations. All Saints will assist students with information concerning insurance companies which provide this service. Please note that the cost of malpractice insurance is not included in the tuition fees The cost usually is approximately US$ 900 to $1200 per year.

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