Students should be aware that many factors are considered in the selection of prospective students. Although the greatest weight is placed upon a student’s scholastic record, there are many additional factors that are taken into consideration during the admission process. Interviews help the admissions committee evaluate the student’s demeanor, communication skills, language proficiency, educational level, and degree of commitment. Students are encouraged to present a strong case for themselves by outlining their volunteer work, community contributions and scholastic achievements in their personal essay. Strong letters of recommendation are another important factor. There is no entrance examination requirement at present. MCAT scores are not required but are recommended and may impact the admission committee’s decision.
To determine eligibility to the 4-Year MD program, premedical requirements normally include:
- One academic year of general Biology or Zoology
- One academic year of General Chemistry
- One year of Organic Chemistry
- One year of Physics is recommended
- One academic year of English
- One academic year of Math is recommended
- Humanities/social sciences are recommended
U.S. and Canadian applicants for the 4-Year MD Program.
Applicants from Canada or the US who are citizens or have permanent visas are expected to have a minimum of two years of premed education from an accredited college or university. This would include a minimum of 90 semester hours. Preference will be given to applicants who have completed a baccalaureate degree or higher.
U.S. and Canadian applicants for the 5-Year MD Program.
Applicants from Canada or the US who are citizens or have permanent visas must have obtained their high school diploma. Students with an equivalent high school diploma are evaluated on a case-by-case basis.
Applicants from Other Countries.
International Students will be evaluated on an individual basis and will have to meet educational requirements for admission to medical schools in their country of origin, and have similar educational standards to that of the US. A TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) Exam score may be required.
Aureus University may accept students wishing to transfer from other accredited medical schools. Transcripts will be evaluated by the Admissions Committee in order to determine eligibility. Exemptions will be considered on a subject-by-subject basis.
Aureus University School of Medicine grants admissions from qualified students regardless of color, age, race, nationality, religion, gender, sexuality, disability or marital status.
Communication of Decision
It may take between 2–3 weeks for a decision to be made on your application once all your submittals have been received. We thank you for your patience and recommend that you submit all your documents as early as possible for evaluation.