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Studying in Antigua and Barbuda

The standard of education in Antigua and Barbuda is very high, with locals having literacy rates of over ninety percentile. The government has made extra efforts to become the topmost provider in the Caribbean for medical services. Antigua is home to two medical schools as well as a state-of-the-art Medical Centre.

The Doctor of Medicine program on the island is composed of four years with each year divided in three semesters. Basic scientific theory is completed in the first four semesters on the island while the remaining coursework is covered by carrying out clinical clerkships at connected hospitals in the UK, US, China and Puerto Rico. A large number of students from across the world study medicine in Antiglua.

Other educational opportunities in Antigua and Barbuda include diploma and degree programs in the Hospitality industry. The aim of such institutes is to provide skilled workforce and professionals for the Tourism and Hospitality Industry. Study options include one or two year programs, upon completion of which students are assigned to a hotel for a two month internship lasting 360 to 480 hours. Due to the demand of the industry and public demand, short courses in subjects like baking, Spanish, bartending, Mediterranean cuisine, cooking techniques and other topics are also available.

To take up studies in Antigua and Barbuda, potential students must first be accepted by an accredited educational institute and then apply for a student visa. While specific admission requirements are different for different institutes, generally all transcripts from post-secondary course work completed outside the US or Canada must first evaluated by an approved evaluation service. Letters of recommendation in English are also a requirement.  All documents that are not in English have to be translated and notarized for the admission process to proceed.

 

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