Trinity School of Medicine accepts well qualified applicants from around the globe. The combined Five-Year Program is specifically designed for students who have completed college-level course work or a Higher Secondary School Certificate and have a background in the sciences. The purpose of the program is to prepare academically sound and highly motivated students to become compassionate and caring physicians.
- Graduation from secondary school in a college preparatory curriculum that includes the sciences (chemistry, biology, physics and upper level mathematics (calculus or trigonometry) and English.
- Completed Higher Secondary School or the equivalent of 10+2.
*Optional AIIMS or AIPMT Entrance Exam(s).
- Proficiency in reading, writing, and speaking English.
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- Minimum age of 18.
- No record of felony convictions or a criminal background. A criminal background check is required by all US hospitals that accept medical school students for clerkships. A criminal record will make you ineligible to participate in clerkship training in the US.
- Residence and citizenship status from a nation that is neither under sanctions by the United States Government or listed with Travel Advisories by the United States Government web site. Sanctions and/or travel advisories may prohibit students from obtaining the required visa for entry into the United States to perform clerkships. Individuals ineligible for admission to the United States are ineligible for admission to any program offered by Trinity School of Medicine.