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GUIDE TO OUR MEDICAL SCHOOL ADMISSIONS PROCESS

We understand that choosing a medical school is one of the most important decisions you will make in your life. After all, medical school is the foundation upon which your life’s work will be built. At Ross, we are proud of the many successes our graduates have achieved and with more than 14,000 alumni across the United States and Canada, we are inspired every day by the difference they are making in the world. 

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Admission Requirements

Review our full list of admission and prerequisite course requirements.

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MCAT

The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) is an important part of your medical school candidate profile. You can and should apply before taking your MCAT.

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Tuition, Scholarships, and Financial Aid

Find out more information about tuition, financial aid, and scholarships available for Ross Med students. 

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How To Apply

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Canadian Applicants

Making up about 10% of the student body, Canadian students have earned 70+ competitive residency positions across Canada, and another 590+ in the US since 2011.

HBCU & HSI STUDENTS

Preferred admission into our MD program is offered to high performing students of our HBCU and HSI partners via our Access and Inclusion in Medicine (AIM) Scholar program.

Career Changers

Whether you’re a teacher or a nurse, a medical lab technician or a computer programmer, Ross can help you take the next step in your journey to an MD degree.

Transfer Applicants

Ross University School of Medicine will consider admitted students who have experience from other medical school programs.

 

Pre-Orientation Tour

 

All individuals who are accepted to RUSM are invited to visit our Medical Sciences campus for a pre-orientation tour. To allow you to make the best decision without worry, RUSM covers the full cost of round-trip airfare plus two nights' hotel stay in Barbados upfront.*  The pre-orientation tour is an opportunity to explore Barbados and connect with faculty and students before enrolling.

*To be eligible, you must be admitted to Ross University School of Medicine. Students who are residents of the state of New York must also have paid a seat deposit in order to be eligible. Students who are residents of the state of Florida are not eligible due to state regulations.