96% FIRST-TIME RESIDENCY ATTAINMENT RATE FOR 2021-2022 GRADUATES.*
*First time residency attainment rate is the percent of students attaining a 2022-23 residency position out of all graduates or expected graduates in 2021-22 who were active applicants in the 2022 NRMP match or who attained a residency position outside the NRMP match.
Healthcare systems serve the world best when they reflect more of the world.
At Ross University School of Medicine, we believe accessible medicine starts with accessible medical education. RUSM strives to educate and empower a truly diverse and dedicated population of students who are determined to make an undeniable impact on the communities they serve. Explore our MD Program options.
1First-time pass rate is the number of students passing the USMLE Step 1 exam on the first attempt divided by the number of students whose first attempt was 2017-2021. In order to sit for the USMLE Step 1 exam students must successfully complete the Medical Sciences curriculum and earn a satisfactory score on the NBME CBSE exam as listed in the student handbook.
2First time residency attainment rate is the percent of students attaining a 2022-23 residency position out of all graduates or expected graduates in 2021-22 who were active applicants in the 2022 NRMP match or who attained a residency position outside the NRMP match.
Our 1st-semester tuition back guarantee is about our belief in your success.
To qualify for our 1st Semester Tuition Back Guarantee (Effective May 2022 Semester), you (the student) must complete the entire first semester, including final exams. The tuition refund excludes any fees and other expenses and/or charges such as housing, books and supplies, travel, etc.
New, first-time matriculating MD students who complete semester 1, including final exams, and do not advance to semester 2 because they earned a failing grade in a semester 1 courses/modules required for advancement are eligible for the guarantee. Students eligible for the guarantee receive a reimbursement of tuition based on the following formula: tuition assessed minus institutional scholarships or grants received. Please note, only tuition is included in this guarantee, any fees and other expenses and/or charges are excluded.
Join a proudly accredited institution.
Ross Med is an accredited Caribbean medical school. Ross Med school is accredited by Caribbean Accreditation Authority for Education in Medicine and other Health Professions (CAAM-HP). Accreditation by CAAM-HP is a rigorous, peer review process which examines all aspects of a medical program. The CAAM-HP board, an independent and autonomous body of professionals, only certifies medical schools that are operating at the highest levels of educational standards. View our accreditation and program recognition page for more information.
Making education accessible so you can make medicine accessible.
At Ross medical school in the Caribbean, we combine medical science, clinical training and soft skills support in a state-of-the-art educational environment that keeps learning relevant, contemporary, and competitive. Plus, with our deep network of healthcare institutions, Ross Med grads are able to secure residency matches at top-tier hospitals across the United States and Canada.
PREPARING FOR MED SCHOOL IN THE CARIBBEAN
Preparing for medical school in the Caribbean is an exciting moment in the accepted students’ lives. It can also be a bit nerve-racking. Dr. Kimberly Brown, emergency physician, public health professional, blogger and best-selling author shares some tips on how to prepare ahead of time.
MEDICAL EDUCATION READINESS PROGRAM
This premed podcast focuses on the Medical Education Readiness Program (MERP) is a 15-week medical school preparatory program focused on preparing premed students for success in medical school.
RUSM AND THE APPLICATION PROCESS
In this premed podcast episode, one of our Assistant Director of Admissions describes the application process from submitting your application, to getting the final decision and the support throughout the transition. We talk about pre-requisites, GPA, MCAT and term starts.