Clinical Student Affairs

Clinical StudentAffairs

Advising AAU students as they progress into the clinical stage of their medical education.


  • Quality student service
  • Collaboration and teamwork within all departments
  • Assist students to reach their educational and professional goals
  • Foster a culture of continuous improvement


The OCSA team strives to provide the most up-to-date and accurate information for proficient advising

Services to Students

  • Friendly counsellors dedicated to helping students schedule core and elective rotations at AAU’s clinical teaching sites.

  • Access to a current list of available clinical sites as well as to information about the profile of your preferred site(s), the core rotations offered, and available electives

  • Support and resources to assist students preparing for USMLE Steps 1 and 2

  • Coordinated access to an array of administrative, registration, and documentation services provided through the Offices of the Registrar, Graduate Certification, and the Clinical Dean


In addition, Guyana, the largest island in the Caribbean invites students to explore its many activities and events. In one day, a student could visit the Guyana Botanical Gardens, roam the many pathways, romantic bridges and gazebos of this oasis in the morning, and then return to campus for a hands-on lab on exotic, wildlife species.

Students are captivated by the unique blend of the African, English and French cultures of Guyana. They can immerse themselves in Guyana’s rich history, dining at a local restaurant in the picturesque capital of St. George’s, as native music fills the air. Though many languages are spoken, English is the national language.

The Georgetown community has proudly embraced AAU and its students. Students and community members live at peace, with a mutual respect that is genuine and admired. In turn, AAU has become a vital contributor to the island financially and through humanitarian efforts. AAU is proud that its students, graduates and faculty are dedicated to improving the lives of both old and young on the Island.

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