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My experience as a MUA student has been so far eventful, remarkable, and inspiring. I chose MUA because it was the best of both worlds with the beautiful Caribbean island, small classroom size, and quality teaching.
A Message from the Premier of Nevis
As Premier, let me be the first to officially welcome you to the island of Nevis and to the prestigious Medical University of the Americas (MUA). Nevis has had a long and mutually beneficial association with MUA and I am delighted that you have chosen to study at MUA and in Nevis.
Our island is famous for its hospitality and for being the birthplace of U.S. Founding Father and first Secretary of the U.S. Treasury, Alexander Hamilton. We hope that you will find time to enjoy our natural environment, our incredible cuisine and take a dive into the island’s history. May the sights and sounds of Nevis be forever etched in your memory as you embark on this new chapter in your life. I wish you every success in your studies.
Mark Brantley, Premier of Nevis
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*MUA is the most affordable among the Top 7 Caribbean medical schools that are approved to participate in U.S. Federal Financial Aid programs.
** The three-year residency placement rate is the percentage of students attaining a residency position out of all graduates or expected graduates in 2022-23 and graduates in 2021-22 and graduates in 2020-21 who were active applicants in the NRMP match or attained a residency outside the NRMP match
*** 95% first-time, 5 year pass rate for USMLE Step 2, 2018-2022. First-time pass rate is the number of students passing the USMLE Step Exam on their first attempt divided by the total number of students taking the exam for the first time.