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Medical Education Readiness Program (MERP)

Student FAQs

What is MERP?

The Medical Education Readiness Program (MERP) is a 15-week medical school preparatory program focused on preparing aspiring medical students for success in medical school. MERP is offered to students who have been granted conditional acceptance to Ross University School of Medicine.

What Happens if You Do Not Pass the MERP Program?

Students who do not pass MERP will not be matriculated into RUSM. However, students who do not successfully complete the program will receive a refund of tuition.*

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Tuition & Financial Aid

Attending med school requires a major financial commitment. We are committed to providing information to help fund your education through financial aid, including medical school loans, and scholarships.

Scholarships & Grants

Ross Med offers a variety of scholarships and a number of resources on how to earn a scholarship to med school, which can help aspiring physicians offset the cost of their medical education.

Start Your Application

Ready to apply to Ross University School of Medicine? There are five easy ways to start or complete your MD application.