MU-COM has attracted students from all over the world and will continue to recruit students from outside the United States. International applicants must meet particular conditions for admittance and enrollment including transcript evaluation, English language requirements, and financial resources documentation for MU-COM.
Undergraduate course work taken at a foreign institution must be evaluated for United States institution equivalence. Foreign course work must be evaluated by any one of several services designated by AACOMAS for this purpose.
Applicants who will require either an F-1 or J-1 Visa must contact the Office of Enrollment Management for requirements at the time of application. Information also is available on the immigration website.
The minimum requirements include official, first source transcripts and diplomas from previous institutions attended; and scores from standardized tests as may be required by the educational institution such as the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), and Medical College Admissions Test (MCAT).
MU-COM does not accept transfer students from international medical schools.
Applicants with DACA status are not considered.