Medical Education Advising MEA’s pre-medical program is pleased to announce that we signed an articulation agreement with St. George’s University School of Medicine. Students holding a first degree who complete their science prerequisites will be guaranteed a seat in the SGU four year medical degree program if they have a science GPA of at least 3.2, no science grades less than a “C”, a competitive MCAT score, (competitive is defined as within 3 points of the prior year’s SGU average) and a letter of recommendation from the appropriate Dean . Students who have completed 90 plus credits, have a science GPA of at least 3.2, no science grades less than a “C”, and a letter of recommendation from the appropriate Dean will be placed in the SGU five year medical degree program.
Optometry schools from USA accept our pre-medical program and prerequisites
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Michigan College of Optometry, Ferris University accepts our pre-requisite courses and our 92 credit program and requires 4 additional courses that we will offer in addition to our 92 credit program (2 Behavioral Sciences and 2 Humanity studies).
Below are the list of additional US optometry schools that accept our pre-requisite courses to date:
UC Berkeley School of Optometry
New England College of Optometry
Nova Southeastern University
Northeastern State University College of Optometry
Sarah Worku, our first pre-medical student from our pre-medical program with direct acceptance to medical
school www.medschoolimg.com was accepted in medical School at Ross University with The Canadian Scholarship ($6,000 per semester for first four semesters) and with the Dean’s academic merit scholarship ($3,000)!
Drs. Silverman the deans of the pre-medical program with direct acceptance to medical school MEA Medical Education Advising www.medschoolimg.com participated in the “Say yes to York” campaign and alumni reception for the approval of a new York University campus in Markham. Markham Mayor Frank Scarpitti (seen in the picture with Drs Silverman), Chancellor Greg Sorbara and York President Mamdouh Shoukri were also in attendance. say #YestoYork – now we want to hear why YOU support the proposed Markham campus! Visit http://www.yestoyork.ca for more info on how you can show your support for the Yes to York campaign. #YUalumni