Applicants from the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico must meet all the basic pre-medical requirements necessary for entrance into a U.S. Medical School. Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara School of Medicine has two entering classes per year: January and July.
Each applicant must have the equivalent of 90 semester credit hours. A baccalaureate degree is not required but strongly recommended. The applicant must have completed the following courses at a college or university:
FOR U.S. AND CANADA
FOR PUERTO RICO
STATEMENT: By employing the broadest range of evaluation criteria, the Admissions Department will present qualified applicants to the Admissions Committee.
There are two phases of documentation when applying
- Online enrollment application UAG Portal.
- $75 application fee (nonrefundable fee)
- Copy of birth certificate
- Unofficial copy of college transcript(s)
- Official MCAT scores. Exam must have been taken within the last three years
- 2 to 3 page typewritten autobiography
- A composite letter of recommendation from your premedical committee or 2 letters from your college science professors (addressed to Admissions Committee).
- 1 passport size full-face photo, with white to off-white background
- Resume with information on educational background since High School, extracurricular activities and awards.
- Student Background Check US Applicants use code: WXYCK-99264. Puerto Rico Applicants use code:GGXRP-39773
Phase 2 “Applies only to those invited to interview and consists of”:
- Original birth certificate*
- Official high school transcript(s)** (GED is not accepted in lieu of High School)
- Copy of high school diploma**
- Official college transcripts (from every institution attended)
* With Apostille only
(Acquired through the Secretary of State from the state in which the documents originated)
** With notarization and Apostille seal
Note: An admissions counselor will provide instructions for legalizing documents from countries other than the U.S. and Puerto Rico.
The Admissions Committee reserves the right to request additional information from the applicant and decline admissions at any stage of the process.