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American International School of Medicine (Guyana South America)
American International School of Medicine (Guyana South America)
American International School of Medicine (Guyana South America) (AISM)
Allopathic Medical School
Georgetown
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  • Resident Tuition $22,689
  • Non - Resident Tuition $22,689
  • Application Fee $100
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Admissions Information

  • Admissions Office
  • 89 Middleton and Sandy Babb St
  • Georgetown
  • Guyana

School Overview

School Info

Our mission is to provide quality, affordable, medical training to qualified students from any part of the world who wish to pursue their dream of becoming a Medical Doctor; while inspiring them to provide quality, affordable, medical care to many underserved communities throughout the world.

Curriculum

The AISM Curriculum is a four-year program consisting of two years of basic science studies, (core courses plus organ system interrelationships) and 78 weeks of clinical rotations. All basic science courses will be taught in a coordinated manner. Frequent seminars, demonstrations and conferences on clinically related problems and issues, will be scheduled throughout the year. Upon completion of the basic- science years, students will be eligible for a Masters of Science (MS) degree in Medical Sciences, after successfully defending a research thesis, and passing a comprehensive examination. The subsequent two years of clinical work leads to the completion of the MD degree.

Facilities

The American International School of Medicine has its main campus, OCEANVIEW CAMPUS, Georgetown, Guyana, South America; with satellite centers in the United Kingdom and clinical training sites in the United States, Trinidad, England, Canada, and Guyana. Our students participate in clinical rotations at hospitals in Guyana, UK, Trinidad, West Indies and the United States among other countries. Together, these facilities are geared to provide our students with the opportunity to learn and become involved with the most comprehensive health care facilities available in the world.

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