Ahlam Bawazer is a global health champion! She has been on various global medical outreach initiatives from Africa to South America. As York U graduate from Nursing, she followed to complete her prerequisite courses at Royal Crown College of Business and technology and received an acceptance into the prestigious Global Scholars program at St. George’s University School of Medicine with a Global Medicine Scholarship. We wish you best of success in your studies!
Anita Mohan, a graduate of York University and Ryerson U with a 3.8 science GPA who completed her prerequisites with Royal Crown College was accepted into Ross University School of Medicine with Dean’s Merit Scholarship $10,000 and Canadian Founder Scholarship $ 24,000. Anita has also a degree in Business from York University and was involved in many biomedical research projects as well as in diseases awareness campaigns.
Jinyuan Wang, a graduate of U of Toronto with 3.94 GPA who completed his prerequisite courses at Royal Crown was accepted into St. George’s U School of Medicine with $80,000 Chancellor's Circle Legacy of Excellence Scholarship (CCLOE) and a free trip to Grenada. He was also accepted into Ross U School of Medicine with the highest academic scholarship- Chancellor's Academic Achievement Award plus the Canadian Founder Scholarship award.
Congratulations to our first pre-medical student to be accepted into medical school! Sarah Worku, a graduate of University of Toronto with a 3.4 GPA who completed her prerequisite courses at Royal Crown was accepted into Ross University with The Canadian Scholarship (USD6,000 per semester for first four semesters) and with the Dean's academic merit scholarship (USD 3,000) for a total of CAD 33,000. Sarah obtained also over $40000 in grants.
Larah Robertson, a graduate of Fullerton University in California, USA where she attended with full scholarship and who completed her prerequisites with Royal Crown College was accepted into American University of Antigua College of Medicine. Larah is a former Gymnastics champion and an ambassador of healthy lifestyle. Most recently she was the Healthy Living Ambassador of Royal Crown College at Panam Games at University of Toronto.
Sarah Khan, a graduate of OUIT with a 3 GPA who completed her prerequisites with Royal Crown College was accepted into University of Medicine and Health Sciences St. Kitts in the accelerated program. Sarah has been involved in many extracurricular activities, biomedical projects, diseases awareness initiatives, as well as teaching and mentoring activities. He is a great leader and an excellent team player. Congratulations, Sarah! We wish you best!
Apply today to our program! Your success is our success!