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Bay University School of Medicine has been started with corporate office at Orlando City, Florida, USA especially to help Indian Medical aspirants.

About the Bay University (BAY-U):

Registered in the Chamber of Commerce with “Deemed Status” beneath the counsel of Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communication.

Approved by Ministry of Education, Government of Aruba, to run the 5 year MD course with 3 years in Aruba(1 Year Pre-Med and 2 years Basic Sciences) & 2 years i.e. 4th and 5th year which is the most crucial portion of the MD program at USA.

Medical Education Facts:

The Association of American Medical Colleges has projected that by 2025 there will be a shortfall of between 46,100 and 90,400 doctors.

42% of US doctors are Asians. Avg annual salary being a US doctor $211,390 which is Rs 1.5crore

How to get there? US process:

Require very High MCAT score.

U.S. Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE)

Comprehensive Osteopathic Medical Licensing Examination (COMLEX-USA)

12 to 15 years of studies
(4 years Diploma + 4 years Medical School + 3-7 years in Residency and fellowship)

Medical education Avg fee & Expense in US $278,455 (2 Crore)




  • Entry into good medical college is reasonably difficult due to entrance exam (marks speak more than the aspirants)
  • Reservation based seats
  • Library and other infrastructures not at part with global standards
  • Poor overseas accreditation
  • More inclination towards theory-based studies
  • Very steep fee structure


  • No study VISA is entertained for UG study
  • Medical Education in USA is of longer duration: earn a Bachelor’s Degree, take a Medical College Admissions test (MCAT), and then earn a Medical Degree
  • Very difficult for Indians to do MBBS in USA directly, as the system there is quite different
  • Aspirants need to clear MCAT with a great score
  • Pursuing medical study in US is very expensive

Bay-U’s Gateway to US:

  • 5 years US Based MD Program
  • No MCAT
  • USMLE full Training
  • 2 years Clinical Rotation in US/Canada Hospitals
  • Less than 50% of US Medical Education expense

Why Bay-U?

  • Quality medical education at an affordable fees
  • Holistic approach to evaluate prospective students
  • The MCAT is not required to apply
  • Small class sizes-Students don’t get lost in a crowd
  • Medical School adopts an ‘Organ Based Integrated Curriculum’ of SPICE Model designed for better grasping of the Knowledge and Skills of the Medical Sciences
  • Curriculum prepares the students to enter Residency Program in US through USMLE Step 1, 2 and 3.
  • S/Canada clinical rotations that make our students competitive

Admissions at Bay-U:

  • Tailor-made assistance enabling a smooth transition from enrolment to final selection
  • Simplified admission process
  • Appraisal on various scholarship programs
  • No MCAT required. Admission is based on 12th qualification and interview
  • No Reservation
  • Less than half the expense
  • Eligibility : 12th Standard Pass

Education at Bay-U:

  • Dedicated faculty and committed staff
  • Innovative organ-based curriculum for “Problem Based Learning”
  • Mentored Research Program
  • Grooming towards lifelong Learning and Great thinking
  • Comprehensive Medical Training – through Spice Model for Aspirants
  • Theme based topic delivery for in-depth comprehensive knowledge
  • Simulation embedded teaching to enhance the Learning Experience

Clinical Rotation in US/Canada:

  • Training at a university affiliated ACGME (Accreditation Council for Gr. Medical Edu. In USA) accredited teaching hospitals
  • Interpretation of Laboratory Data and Radiology Investigations during the clinical rotation
  • Opportunity to serve as a student team member thereby enhance the learning experience
  • Smooth graduation to residency program on successful completion

On Course Completion:

Practicing US doctor through the program

Highest ethical and professional behaviors to deliver equitable health care to all ethnic groups of diversified global populations

Preach leadership in health care, patient care and associated research-oriented improvement activities to shape up a healthy world

Life at Bay-U:

  • Interactive and innovative curriculum leading to a very high successful course completion ratio
  • Comparatively a very affordable cost of living which for sure doesn’t burn a hole in the pocket
  • Tropical climate amidst a no hurricane zone
  • Safe Island with almost 0% crime rate.

Aruba – The Happy Island:

  • Aruba is an awesome place to study. Our students enjoy learning in a beautiful state of the art facility in the island nation
  • Aruba is ‘One Happy Island’ of the Caribbean. It’s the sunniest place in the southern Caribbean and it’s the happiest island in the world
  • White sand beaches + cerulean sea = a pretty awesome excuse to smile
  • The marine life in Aruba is otherworldly
  • Aruba has one of the highest standards of living in the Caribbean
  • The island has some of the purest drinking water…anywhere
  • Outdoor activities are that much better, thanks to the weather


How much do residents get paid in USA?

The average resident salary in 2017 was $57,200, compared with the average pay of $247,319 for licensed medical doctors, with a specialty in internal medicine. Residents in hematology earn the pay at $69,000, followed by those in allergy, immunology and nephrology, with an annual salary of $65,000.Jul 1, 2018.


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