The following supporting documents are required when applying to UHSA School of Medicine:
- Non-refundable application fee of $75 (USD)
- Official Transcripts from all colleges/universities attended (This is typically a lengthy process, so plan accordingly).
Foreign applications must be translated into English prior to being received by UHSA.
Transcripts should be sent to:
University of Health Sciences Antigua
C/O Marketing and Recruitment Office
900 W. Jackson Blvd.
Suite 7 East
Chicago, IL 60607
- 2 (two) 2×2 Passport size Photos
- Copy of Passport (if available)
- Two (2) official Letters Of Recommendation (LOR) from individuals who can evaluate past academic and/or professional achievements
These letters must be in English and appear on original letterhead stationery. LOR’s must be sent directly from the individual giving the recommendation. Letters sent from the applicant will not be accepted.
- Personal Statement
The personal statement is your opportunity to give additional information about yourself to the Medical School.
You should state in no less than 400 words why you are interested in a medical career, when you first became aware of this interest and what your plans are for the future if you are accepted into the medical program.
Please also explain your personal experience within the field. It is suggested that you include: participation in voluntary work, experience in research projects, community work, and any other important information you would like the Admissions Committee to know about you.
Your application to the Medical School will not be evaluated without a Personal Statement.
- Medical College Admission Test (MCAT):
MCAT is required for all U.S. citizens and permanent residents applying for admission to the school of medicine.
Canadian and International students are not required to submit MCAT scores.
Although the MCAT is a part of the admissions criteria, UHSA takes more of a holistic approach to admission decisions by evaluating the academic credentials, experiences and personal attributes of all applicants.
To learn more about the MCAT or to register for the exam, visit the AAMC website.