All applicants are given serious consideration by the Admission Committee which consists of senior faculty members. A variety of factors are considered during the preselection process:
To apply, the following must be submitted:
Students pre-selected will be invited for an interview. A successful interview automatically qualifies for entry into the program.
Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT) – while MCAT is not compulsory, it may help the applicant gain admissions based on the score.
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) – measures the ability of nonnative English speakers to understand and use English spoken, written, and heard in college and university settings. Students who may have completed high school or college/university program in English may not have to to take this exam. Please contact admission office if you have any questions into whether you may be required to take this exam. The minimum accepted score is 60.
International English Language Testing System (IELTS) – similar to TOEFL, it tests students ability to communicate in English. The acceptable score is 6.0.
Applications are accepted 3 times per year, for January, May and September trimesters. Students can apply online. After admissions office receive a full application (application form and associated documents) the application would be processed by the academic committee within 10 business days.
While the academic committee will accept a copy of the transcript to conduct the student’s evaluation, an original transcript must be sent to the administration office before the student would be allowed to commence classes.