We accept applications at any time throughout the year. Approximately 90 students are admitted to each class. The three-term schedule not only makes it more convenient to get started, it also allows you to complete your studies more quickly. Instead of a single summer break, you'll have shorter breaks of two to three weeks between each semester.
That means you will complete your five semesters of Basic Sciences in just 20 months, and then return home to do your clinical rotations at ACGME-approved teaching hospitals in the U.S. and Canada that are affiliated with Saba.
We encourage you to submit your application and all required documents six to eight months prior to your desired start date, and certainly no later than three months prior. Since the number of students in each class is limited and the application pool is competitive, early applicants will have a better chance of securing a place in the semester of their choice.
Saba's application process requires a number of documents to be completed, along with a personal statement, all done through the online application portal. For full information, please read this application help page.
Applying to medical school requires passing certain requirements to be eligible, please view our admissions page for full details.
Saba provides full transparency on course fees and costs, along with supporting applicants with financial aid and scholarships. View full financial information.
We accept a large number of Canadian applicants and the application process is slightly different, please refer to this page for more information.
We hold a number of events and webinars to make the application process as easy and as smooth as possible. They help to offer insights, give the opportunity to ask questions, along with meeting the team. View events and webinars.
Throughout the application process, our admissions team will look for evidence of certain pre-requisites to gauge your eligibility for the process. View our guidance on key criteria to study with Saba.
More than 3,000 Saba doctors are in practice today, and all of them were once where you are now, asking themselves the key question: Why Saba? What is it about this school that can make my dream of becoming a doctor more likely?Why Saba