Each year, my offices receive calls and emails from parents of international students and parents who presently have H1B visas whose high school students have H4 visas who wish to become U.S. medical doctors through BS/MD programs.
As a result, we have developed a specialty helping these students navigate the college admissions and specifically the hypercompetitive BS/MD admissions process.
Based on my professional experience as a BS/MD admissions advisor, and long-term professional relationships with admissions officers and administrators, here is a current list of BS/MD programs that will consider reviewing applications of international and H4 Visa students:
- Boston University Seven-Year Liberal Arts/Medical Education Program
- Brown University Program in Liberal Medical Education (PLME)
- Case Western Reserve University Pre-Professional Scholars Program in Medicine
- Howard University BS/MD
- Pennsylvania State University Accelerated Premedical-Medical Program
- Rice/Baylor Medical Scholars Program (MSP)
- Rutgers University-Newark BA/MD
- SUNY Upstate Accelerated Scholars Program
- University of Connecticut Special Program in Medicine
- University Rochester – Rochester Early Medical Scholars (REMS)
Working with international and H4 visa high school students who desire to matriculate to BS/MD programs is a very involved, comprehensive and long-term process. My team and I must clearly understand student goals, continuously help students with their applications and develop successful admissions strategies. After all, we know the value of becoming a licensed U.S. medical doctor!
High school juniors and parents of high school juniors should read this blog: High School Students – Time To Get Serious About BS/MD Plans Part II.
It’s very important to avoid the risks and potential mistakes that will cause you to be rejected from BS/MD programs. After all your hard work, do you really want to make mistakes? Mistakes that can occur in your junior year, senior year and/or on your college applications?
Selectivity: Dr. Lowe only works with qualified students and parents who choose to hire the best!
Dr. Paul Reginald Lowe is the managing director of Pinnacle Educational Center Admissions Advisors Group network. He and his team of admissions advisors, through the admissions affiliate, BS/MD Admissions Advisors, help high school students get accepted to BS/MD programs.