AUA, CIMT Forge Agreement Creating Med School Pathway for Canadian Students

American University of Antigua College of Medicine (AUA) and the Ontario-based Canadian Institute of Management and Technology (CIMT) have entered into an agreement that provides a preferred admissions pathway for aspiring Canadian medical school students. Under the terms of this agreement, CIMT students who complete CIMT’s prehealth program, maintain strong undergraduate GPAs and meet AUA’s admissions requirements will be automatically accepted into AUA’s medical doctorate (M.D.) program and will be eligible for up to $36,000 (USD) in scholarships offered by AUA to fund their education.

AUA is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, enabling eligible students to qualify for government funded student loans through the Canada Student Loans Program (CLSP). Qualified AUA students are also eligible for Provincial and private student loans and grants.

“We’re absolutely thrilled to partner with CIMT to create a path for talented, dedicated Canadian students who want nothing more than to practice medicine and serve the public good,” said Gerald J. Wargo, Jr., AUA Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management. “There aren’t nearly enough medical school seats in Canada to satisfy the demand, and we’re proud to offer this opportunity.”

Canadian graduates of AUA College of Medicine are eligible to complete residency and practice in Canada, as well as the United States, India, and the United Kingdom.

About American University of Antigua College of Medicine

AUA is a fully accredited international medical school dedicated to providing an academic experience of the highest quality. Through a holistic admissions approach, AUA selects students with the potential for medical school success and provides them with the resources they need to obtain highly competitive residencies successful careers in medicine.

Founded in 2004, AUA awards the Doctor of Medicine degree upon completion of a two-year preclinical sciences curriculum on the island of Antigua, followed by clinical rotations in the United States. Clerkship opportunities are also available for AUA’s students in Canada, India, or the United Kingdom.

AUA is accredited by the Caribbean Accreditation Authority for Education in Medicine and Other Health Professions (CAAM-HP) and is also approved by the U.S. Department of Education to participate in federal student aid programs, approved by the New York State Education Department (NYSED), licensed by the Florida Department of Education (DOE), and recognized by the Medical Board of California (MBC).