Scholarships

UHSA provides a limited number of scholarships for students. If you are a new or transfer student, you will be considered for scholarships at the time of admission.

Medical Students In Ukraine

Awarded to applicants currently enrolled at a medical school in Ukraine who seek to transfer to UHSA. The scholarship offsets the tuition cost of the 4-year MD program.

$49,000, awarded $4,900 per academic term (terms 1-10).

Eligibility

Must currently be enrolled at a medical school in Ukraine.

Students need not apply for this scholarship as they are automatically awarded if qualified.

Healthcare Professionals Scholarship

Awarded to qualified applicants who have a professional background in a health care profession and are now ready to expand on their knowledge.

Award Amount

$2,000 one-time awarded in academic term 1.

Eligibility

Proof of current certification or license.
Proof of full-time employment for at least six months in a recognized health profession, including but not limited to Nursing, EMT/Paramedic, Physician’s Assistant, Physical Therapist, Chiropractor, and Pharmacist.
Letter of recommendation from a relevant supervisor.

Dr. Yele Akande Scholarship

Awarded to eligible international medical students, the Dr. Yele Akande Scholarship offers eligible incoming, first-semester students a pathway to becoming licensed, practicing physicians.

Award Amount

The scholarship offsets the tuition cost of the 4-year MD program.

$42,000, awarded $4,200 per academic term (terms 1-10).

Eligibility

Must be a citizen & resident of an African, Caricom, EU, or South Asian Country.
Proof of residency (for example, National ID, Driver’s license, or Recent utility bill).
Applicants who have taken college-level coursework in the United States or Canada are ineligible.

Scholarship candidates must be accepted as a student by UHSA before consideration.
Scholarships may not be combined.
Only new incoming students enrolling in their first term are eligible.
Must maintain satisfactory academic progress each term.
Scholarship cannot be regained once lost.