Dominica is easy to get to by way of San Juan (Puerto Rico), Antigua, St. Maarten, or Barbados. All of these destinations have regularly scheduled flights from the United States by major airlines. Seaborne Airlines has a direct route from Puerto Rico to Dominica.  From Antigua, St. Maarten or Barbados, connections must be made via another carrier such as LIAT.

Your visa will be issued after your arrival, however, you must have a valid passport to enter Dominica (please see below).  Ross University School of Medicine representatives will be at the airport in Dominica to greet you and later provide you with an island orientation.

Recommended Travel Agency

Protravel International is the recommended travel agency for Ross University School of Medicine.

Pro Travel International - 6801 Jericho Turnpike Suite 100 Syosset, NY 11791

From the United States & Canada call 1-800-714-7618

From other countries, dial 516-465-1057

Accepted students should contact the Admissions Office in New Jersey for further information on obtaining visas and recommended travel agencies.

Passports and Visas

All students entering Dominica must have a valid passport from their home country. The government of Dominica further requires that all adults entering the country for more than three weeks must have submitted visa applications prior to arrival.