The Application & Enrollment Process
Atlantic University School of Medicine’s program enrollment is open to all persons regardless of race, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or age who wish to devote the extensive time and effort necessary to practice medicine. The educational program provided by our medical university is designed to provide a comprehensive basic science and clinical medicine education leading to the Doctor of Medicine degree.
Begin the admissions application process by filling out the necessary paperwork and sending it to our university. This gives you the opportunity to discuss the academic requirements, tuition, and fees expected of you as well as the type of learning environment and coursework you should expect from us.
The curriculum used by our university incorporates standards of academic and clinical instruction that parallel those of the Liaison Committee for Medical Education of the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and the World Federation for Medical Education. All classes are taught in English by experienced medical educators from the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, and abroad.
Candidates applying to our university are expected to possess the intellectual, ethical, physical, and emotional capabilities required to undertake the full curriculum and achieve the levels of competence required by the faculty and Board of Directors. Once enrolled, each candidate for the M.D. degree must demonstrate the ability to learn, integrate, analyze, and synthesize information and data. Our university will make every effort to provide reasonable accommodations for physically-challenged students; however, in doing so, our university must maintain the integrity of its curriculum and preserve those elements deemed essential to the acquisition of knowledge in all areas of medicine, including demonstration of basic skills requisite for the practice of medicine.
The Admissions Approval Process
A student’s acceptance to our university is granted upon the presumption by the Admissions Committee that all statements made by the applicant, both oral and written, are true and that all documents are authentic. If it is later discovered that false or inaccurate information was submitted, the medical school may nullify acceptance into the program or, if the student is registered, dismiss the student.