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Saba Partners with Canadian University Dubai

Saba and Canadian University Dubai make a significant milestone in international education collaboration.

GUS Medical and Veterinary Schools is excited to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Canadian University Dubai (CUD), marking a significant milestone in international education collaboration. This partnership presents Middle Eastern students with a unique opportunity to fulfill their dreams of becoming physicians, with the added advantage of practicing in either the U.S. or Canada.

The MOU establishes a pathway for a seamless transition from CUD’s Health Sciences and Public Health programs to GUS Medical Programs. Graduates of CUD’s BSc in Public Health, specializing in Health Administration (HA) and Environmental Health Management (EHM), now can pursue their medical education at Saba University School of Medicine, St. Matthew’s University School of Medicine, or the Medical University of the Americas.

“This partnership with the Canadian University Dubai exemplifies our commitment to providing global education,” said Sunina Baboolall, Director of Strategic Partnerships for GUS Medical and Veterinary Schools. “We are excited to offer Middle Eastern students a clear path to a medical career in North America.”

This collaboration is the third MOU signed with a Middle Eastern university by GUS Medical and Veterinary Schools. For more information about this partnership and our programs, visit our partnership page.

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