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Admission Information

Welcome to Bay University School of Medicine

The Bay University School of Medicine facilitates learning through the latest educational curriculum and extensive hands-on experience to gather knowledge and apply it in real-world settings. As a graduate of Bay University School of Medicine, students not only gain certifications and become eligible to take the United States Medical Examination (USMLE), they succeed too.

Admission Schedule

The Bay University School of Medicine enrolls students for its PreMed and MD Program in Spring (January), Summer (May) and Fall (September). Prospective students can choose to begin their medical studies at any of the three semesters and for that reason, applications are accepted throughout the year.

Each semester is 15 weeks long with a break of 2 weeks in between each semester. The year-long three semester schedule is easier for students to get started and finish quicker. That means, completion of six semesters of Basic Sciences in 2 years, and the start of clinical rotations at ACGME accredited teaching hospitals and University approved clinical centers in the US.

The Bay University encourages students to to submit their completed application at least 4 months prior to the semester of their choice. Early applicants will have a better chance of getting admitted to the school as the class sizes are limited.

Admission Requirements

The Admissions committee at Bay University School of Medicine conducts a careful admissions process that looks at each applicant thoroughly. There are several factors that are considered as relevant predictors of a good medical student. Through the application and the interview process, the admission committee wants to know as much about the applicants, their GPA and performance on standardized tests. This allows the committee to determine whether the applicants have the motivation, commitment and curiosity apart from their academic ability to complete the rigorous medical school curriculum. Once admitted, course withdrawals must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar on or before the tenth official day of the session by submitting a completed Course Withdrawal Form

Pre-Medical Program Requirements

The Pre-Med Program is designed for high school graduates (those who have completed 12 years of schooling) or its equivalent, to act as a stepping stone for the MD Program. The PreMed Program is designed to facilitate the smooth transition to the MD Program of the University through its innovative curriculum.

MCAT  is not required and admission decision is based on Cumulative GPA score, the strength of the Application and Interview.

MD Program Requirements

Prospective applicants applying for this program are required to have a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited university or completed at least two years of undergraduate studies of 90 credit hours including following course work

  • One year General Biology or Zoology with laboratory
  • One year Inorganic Chemistry with laboratory
  • One year Organic Chemistry with laboratory
  • One semester Physics with laboratory
  • One semester Math (Calculus, Computer Science, or Statistics)
  • One semester of English
  • One semester of Behavioral Sciences
  • International Baccalaureate : Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology
  • European Baccalaureate: Mathematics; Physics, Chemistry and Biology

MCAT  is not required and admission decision is based on Cumulative GPA score, the strength of the Application and Interview.

Transfer Students

Applicants who have attended an accredited medical school can apply to Bay University and will be considered for admission after completing the application and submitting all documents required. Applicants must be in good standing at the previous medical school and must submit the application and all documents required. Please contact the Admissions Office to verify if the credits from the previous school are accepted.

MCAT  is not required and admission decisions are based on review of the application and documents submitted.


A limited number of merit-based scholarships are available for admitted students.

To apply you must submit an online application for admission to the Bay University. Applicants need not submit an additional essay for scholarship. Recipients of the scholarship are chosen based on their fit for the program and the strength of the applicant.

Accreditations and Approvals

Ministry of Education, Government of Aruba
Chambers of Commerce, Government of Aruba
Listed in the Chambers of Commerce, Government of Aruba
Government Approval Ceremony in Inauguration
Listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools 

How to Apply

Applying for a course at Bay University is as easy as 1-2-3



Online Application

Submit the online application after attaching the required documents



Undergo an Interview via Phone/Skype upon receipt of the application


Final Decision

Expect a final decision within two days of completing the interview


Get In Touch

Telephone: + 1 (407) 967-3230  | + (297) 280-4740 | + (297) 280-4730

Email: [email protected]

Corporate Office: 43155 Main St, Suite 2300 N, Novi, MI-48375

Aruba Office: Pos Chiquito # 47, Savaneta, Aruba, Dutch Caribbean