Effective August 2018(subject to change without notice)
Price includes an administration charge.
|Please see MERP handbook for program fee and refund policy. Student must pay for all courses taken.|
* Courses are not offered on an individual basis; students must enroll in and pay for the entire program comprised of four subject matters.
MERP does not offer housing or meals service. Actual cost of Room and Board will depend upon the students' choice of living accommodations.
How to Pay MERP Program Fees
Participants who enter the MERP via referral by Ross University School of Medicine or American University of the Caribbean can pay online via Touch Net or PayMyTuition by MTFX, or by personal check. To make a payment online, click here. All checks should be made out to Adtalem Global Education.
For additional information on PayMyTuition by MTFX, click here.
No-Risk MERP Fee Policy
We believe that MERP is an excellent investment to help students prepare to succeed in medical school. Our hope is that this policy will allow students to enter the program confident in their decision to move forward and ready to focus on what matters most: their success.
Therefore, MERP has a no-risk fee policy. Students who start the program but do not successfully complete the program will receive a refund of the full program fee.* This policy applies to all MERP students who check in at the campus and begin classes but do not achieve passing grades, regardless of whether they complete the program or withdraw early.
Please note: Students that pay a seat deposit for enrollment but do not attend classes are not eligible for a refund. Seat deposits are non-refundable.
*Students who have taken out a private loan will have their tuition refunded back to the loan provider.
The purpose of the Medical Education Readiness Program is to prepare prospective students to be successful as a medical student. Students accepted into this program are not being admitted into medical school, and will not be awarded any kind of degree or credential other than a certificate of completion. However, we believe that students who successfully complete the program will be prepared for the challenge of medical school.