Royal Crown College of Business and Technology’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 at Royal Crown College 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 at Royal Crown College. 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 at Royal Crown College will be placed in the SGU five year medical degree program.
Optometry schools from USA accept Royal Crown College 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.royalcrowncollege.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 (www.royalcrowncollege.com) at Royal Crown College 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