Warwick Medical School has signed a transfer agreement with the American University of Antigua, meaning that students at AUA's College of Medicine will be able to transfer to WMS to finish their medical degree.
Annually, up to eight students will be eligible for transfer following successful completion of their first two years of medical education.
Neal Simon, AUA President, says: “This exclusive partnership with the University of Warwick Medical School aligns with our mission of fostering a diverse academic community and ensuring that our students develop a deeper understanding of how medicine impacts global health. Partnering with this prestigious institution is an honour; we are optimistic about the opportunities this affords our students and how it elevates the greater good for everyone involved.”
Professor Colin MacDougall, Head of Medical Education at WMS, says: “We are proud to partner with AUA, a medical school dedicated to creating future generations of physicians who serve the communities they represent. This relationship delivers an enhanced pathway for students and provides an opportunity for both universities to continue to deliver on our promise of excellence.”
You can find out more about the AUA College of Medicine here.