American University of Antigua is an accredited, for-profit medical school in the Caribbean and is located in Antigua and Barbuda.
AUA's MD program provides students with an education that enables them to become world-class physicians.
Located on the eastern Caribbean island of Antigua; founded in 2004, University of Antigua is one of the only three Caribbean medical schools with the necessary accreditations allowing its graduates to obtain licensure throughout the United States and Canada.
The University is a member of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) as well as the Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU) and also it possesses the Accreditation of Caribbean Accreditation Authority for Education in Medicine and other Health Professions (CAAM-HP), UK’s General Medical Council (GMC).
It is also recognized by the Medical council of India in addition to recognition by the Medical Board of California and approval by the New York State Education Department.
Additionally, the university offers courses in Basic Sciences, Clinical Sciences, MD in Global Health and a BHHS degree in addition to AICASA Accelerated Pre-Med Program which offers qualified high school graduates the opportunity to complete medical school prerequisites in less than two years.
The Medical Program is an 8 Semester Degree Program and the fee for year 2020 ranges from $21,200 to $28,780 for each semester.