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Affordable Quality Medical EducationBachelors and Graduate Degree ProgramsSmall Class Sizes, Individualized Support
At All Saints University College of Medicine, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, we strive to foster an environment where our students feel supported academically, socially and emotionally. Medical school can be demanding but our highly qualified faculty and staff care about your individual success. Throughout the stages of the program they work closely with you to guide you on your path to becoming a doctor. Take the first step towards your medical degree with ASU. All Saints University College of Medicine offers the following programs:
M.D. Degree Programs
- 5 Year MD Degree Program, which includes a Pre-Medical program
- 4 Year MD Degree Program
BSc. Degree Program
- 2 Year 4 Month Bachelors of Science in Public Health undergraduate program
ASU SVG offers rolling admission with semester start dates in January, May and September. An academic year at All Saints consists of 3 semesters. Apply today!
BSc. Public Health
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ASU Information Centre
Dear Alumni The Alumni Mentorship Program will commence with two (2) introductory meeting sessions at the dates given below to accommodate the busy schedules and …
On 9th April 2021 the La Soufriere volcano on the northern side of mainland St. Vincent changed from a state of effusive eruption to explosive eruption. The La Soufriere volcano has been dormant since …
Hello Students! St. Vincent and the Grenadines has launched its “COVID-19 National Vaccination Drive”. If you are currently in St. Vincent and would like to …
Please check the ASU SVG Student Portal on a regular basis for updates.
DOCTOR OF MEDICINE PROGRAM
The ASU Experience
BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES
In the first two years of medical school, students focus on attaining an in-depth understanding of the basic knowledge of health and disease and are introduced to the care of individuals and how to navigate and understand the dynamic between patients and doctors.
In the third and fourth year of the MD program, students become directly involved in the care and study of patients. All Saints Univeristy St. Vincent students rotate in ACGME approved teaching hospitals throughout the United States. Presently, core rotations take place in Illinois, Georgia and Jamaica. Elective rotations can be arranged in various other states and are also available in other countries such as Canada, the U.K, and the Caribbean.
Take the First Step Towards Your M.D. Degree with ASU