Texila American University College of Medicine Scholarship Exam and spot admission in UAE

Texila American University, One among the best globally recognized Caribbean Medical Schools offers up to date and modern curriculum based on USA Standard.

We have seen a huge demand for our programs in UAE which is why we thought we will meet you in person and address your queries. We along with our academic advisors are here to assist and guide you in the enrollment process throughout.

Program Specification

Doctor of Medicine (MBBS)


The Exam will be held on July 16, 2016 in the following venue

Texila International Management FZE
C/O. India Trade & Exhibition Center m.e
Office No. 106, P.O. Box 66301, Sharjah,
United Arab Emirates.
Phone: +9716 5939568

TAU offers different program verticals in the field of Medicine, Nursing Pharmacy. Texila American University (TAU) is one of the reputed Medical Schools in the Caribbean, with its campus located in Guyana. Since its inception, TAU has been rendering the best in class education with a highest level of professionalism and exactness. Texila American University is a WHO Listed, IMEC, NAC Guyana Accredited & MCI Approved University with partnerships world-wide.

Contact Details
Mr. Jesvin Pradeepkumar
Phone: +9716 5939568
Email: enquiry@tauedu.org
Timing: 10am to 12pm & 2pm to 4pm

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Texila American University Medical School Spot admission in Nigeria

A golden chance to meet us and get your doubts clarified

Texila American University, one of the rapidly growing International Medical School has wide range of programs to uplift your career to greater heights. 3500+ students from over 70 countries have chosen us and the numbers are growing.

We have seen a huge demand for our programs from Nigeria which is why we are coming down to address your queries. We along with our academic advisors are coming to your city to assist and guide you in the enrolment process.


4th & 5th July 2016
TAU Lagos Office 9, Oremeta Street, Off KudiratAbiola Way, by Oregun Bus Stop, Ikeja.

6th 7th   July 2016
TAU Liaison Office Suite 64, 3rd Floor, Dansvillie Plaza National Assembly Quarters Road (Beside AP Filling Station) Gudu District, Apo P. O. Box 4007 Garki Abuja FCT.

9th July 2016
Port Harcourt
Hotel Presidential GRA, Port Harcourt

For more details, contact 09056016779 or send an email to enquiry@tauedu.org

Studying abroad may be one of the most beneficial experiences for a student. By studying abroad, students have the opportunity to study in a foreign country and settle in the culture of a new land.

Texila American University provides a quality medical education highlighted with student diversity. Our goal is to prepare students for the next level of medical training by implementing the US Standard Curriculum. Our programs are accredited WHO & IMED and approved by many governing authorities.

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Planning to pursue your medicine studies abroad?

If yes, our appreciation on your decision! But we would like to share few pointers for you to narrow down on the countries of your focus….

Choosing a destination for studying abroad is a daunting task. This is a decision that can change your life. Today, Indian students travel abroad to study in large numbers, and they have become an important source of international enrollment diversity, research strength and revenue for institutions of higher education across the world. Earlier Russia, Ukraine, China and Philippines were the most preferred destination for these students. But Today, Caribbean is  the preferred choice for international students to study medicine.

What drives the Indian students to pursue Medical studies Abroad?

An important reason for many Indians choosing to study abroad is the lack of good institutions in India and growing competition for limited seats amongst the existing institutes. Very few universities in India provide good quality education and thus the challenge of securing admission in them becomes more daunting each year.

Among the Indian students in Ukraine — 70% are from southern India, Many of these students are from rural, semi-urban areas.

But How Secure are the Students in These Countries……..

There is an uncertainty over the academic future of international students studying medicine and other professional courses in Ukraine, wracked by the violent unrest.

“Recently, 2 Indian Medical Students had been stabbed to death in Ukraine. Over 5,000 Indian medical students in Ukraine have been facing security problems since the war with Russia broke out in 2014. It’s an implication about the security of the International Students abroad.” (Source: Times of India)


Caribbean – The Secure & Convenient Place For Your Medical Studies

With an education system known for its high standards throughout the country, many international students fulfill their aspirations of studying abroad by taking admission in the Caribbean. Moreover, the Option for US Residencies are specific for the Caribbean Medical Schools. Most of the Medical Schools provide you a pathway for USA Residencies through its Medicine programs.

The advantage of studying in the Caribbean is not only limited to the affordable fee of the institutes and low cost of living, but the fact that English is mostly spoken throughout West Indies makes learning easy for foreign students. The students who pursue their medical degree from countries like China or Russia often face language barrier while studying as well as living in those countries as English is not quite popular there as it is in the West Indies.

If Medicine is Your Passion and Becoming a Doctor is Your Dream, Then It’s Time You Think About Caribbean Medical Schools.

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Asianet Radio – Interview with the Texila Regional Manager of Middle East

Texila American University Regional Manager of Middle East, Mr. Jesvin Pradeep Kumar had given an interview for the Asianet Radio.  In the Program that was telecasted in Plus Point, Mr.Jesvin shared information about Texila American University – Medicine Programs (MBBS/MD) and all the relevant details concerning the Admission Requirements. He also spoke about the Value of Medical Education to Fill the Physician Shortage in USA.


Options to pursue Clinical Rotations in USA are one of the top highlights concerning the University where the students get a pathway to settle down in USA upon clearing the USMLE Examinations.

Texila is one of the rapidly growing Medical Schools in the Caribbean with students from widely around 70 countries. With the growing demand for medical professionals around the world, Texila caters the most in demanding medical education to the students who aspire to become doctors.

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Texila American University hosted Second Graduation Ceremony

Texila American University (TAU) hosted its Second Graduation Ceremony on Wednesday, 25th November 2015 at the Princess Hotel in Guyana

Graduation – A Time to Celebrate and Reflect on the Successful Completion of Another Academic Year!

TAU is proud of the accomplishments of the students and alumni and the journeys they represent. The Chief Guest of the event was The Prime Minister of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, Honourable Moses Nagamootoo who delivered the keynote address to the Graduands and other Dignitaries.

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The Minister within the Ministry of Education, Honourable Nicolette Henry was also present as the Guest of Honour while   Mr. Saju Bhaskar, the President of Texila American University presided the function with the Commencement Speech on Graduation

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After the years of sacrifice and hard work, a total number of thirty seven (37) students were graduated from the University – an important milestone in the History of TAU! 

 Out of the batch,

  • College of Medicine (Degree of Doctor of Medicine) – 29
  • College of Nursing (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) – 1
  • College of Dentistry (Doctor of Dental Surgery)   – 7 

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Special awards were presented to the Chief Guest, Distinguished Alumnus and the Best Graduating Students.

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It was indeed a time of Rejoice for the Graduands as they celebrated their accomplishments in front of family and friends. And for the Members of the University Community, it was a time to celebrate the efforts of students they had supported during the tenure at Texila American University. Family, friends, faculty, staff and other Dignitaries joined the graduation festivities, in recognition of the achievements of the graduands.

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TAU Participates in Medical Technology Trends Seminar

On Thursday, August 28, 2015, students and staff of Texila American University (TAU) participated in a Medical Technology Trends seminar hosted by Starr Computer Inc.

Speakers of the session were Starr Computer’s President, Mr. Michael Mohan who spoke about today’s medical technology trends and their Manager, Mr. Derick Rahat who gave a brief overview of renewable energy and its role in supporting medical technology.

The President explained that persons suffering from certain diseases could benefit from medical technology, for example, photodynamic therapy could aid cancer patients, while artificial pancreases for person with diabetes, bionic eyes for the visually impaired and replacement body parts for the injured were also concrete possibilities.


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He also mentioned that there were many applications that could be used as some software allow persons to find the nearest doctor/hospital, pay hospital bills online, speak to trained doctors online, request appointments, purchase medication from pharmacies, and access insurance companies.

He noted that another interesting addition to the medical field is the “virscan blood test”, which means you can now have your viral infection history diagnosed from a single drop of blood. In certain countries, it is possible for persons to print body parts in 3D.

Other topics discussed included stem cells and stem cell research, Alzheimer’s treatment, defective organ treatment, cancer treatment, spinal cord injury treatment and juvenile diabetes treatment.


After the seminar, TAU representatives were taken on a tour of the Starr facility, and were given the opportunity to see the equipment which Starr Computer has to offer to the public.

TAU and Starr Computer plan to continue these types of collaboration efforts to increase awareness about both organizations, educate staff on topics that are relevant to them, form a better bond with each other and increase business and lead generation

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TAU Staff goes on a Fun Retreat!

The staff and faculty members of Texila American University celebrated the completion of the previous academic semester by going on a day of outing to the Splashmin’s Resort located on the Madewini Creek, Soesdyke Linden Highway on Friday, August 28, 2015.


The day was filled with fun, enlightening experiences, laughter, games, food, swimming, sun bathing, boat riding and taking tons of photographs.  The staff truly rejoiced as they paused, stepped back from their everyday work environment and just relax.

Like spending vacation time, the retreat allowed everyone to renew their enthusiasm and excitement for work. Best of all, the staff had a chance to create memories as a team and are all now even closer due to the experience.

TAU really wanted to re-emphasize to people that the institution is a friendly organization providing a cosy, welcoming environment to all. The event’s success was directly attributed to the dedication, commitment of the University’s staffs and faculty.

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The British High Commissioner to Guyana Visits Texila American University!

On Thursday, September 17, 2015, the British High Commissioner to Guyana and Non-Resident Ambassador to Suriname, H.E. James Greg Quinn along with the Political, Press and Public Affairs Officer, Mr. Dillon Seetram paid a campus visit to Texila American University, one among the rapidly growing Medical Schools in the Caribbean.

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The British High Commissioner to Guyana Visits Texila American University!

The High Commissioner met with members of the Executive Management Committee of the University comprising the Vice Chancellor – Dr. Dilip Patnaik; Vice President – Mr. Ashok Kumar; Director of Operations – Mr. Sreebalakumar; Registrar – Mr. Julius Romarate and the Dean – Dr. Sanyal Sanjoy.

The VC along with other representatives welcomed and provided an overview of the programmes, work, operations and diversity of the University.  Mention was also made of TAU’s plans for expansion at the Providence and economic contributions to Guyana.


The Director of Operations indicated that TAU currently has two (2) UK students.  He also mentioned that students from UK usually have high expectations of the campus and the country. Further, he noted that even though clinical rotations are not currently done in UK, TAU still intends to search and partner with some good UK institutions to make this offer.  Hopefully, the High Commission can support TAU in this aspect.

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The High Commissioner indicated that UK currently has a Student Exchange Programme with the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) whereby one UK student works with the hospital per year. Additionally, he advised that TAU boost advertising and promotion in UK region to attract more students, especially, when some knowledge and connection already exists.

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Thereafter, the VC and the High Commissioner both presented tokens to each other before touring the campus.

USA Ambassador Pays Courtesy Visit to Texila American University!

The Members of the Executive Management Committee of Texila American University (TAU) comprising the Vice President – Mr. Ashok Kumar, Vice Chancellor – Dr. Dilip Patnaik, Director of Operations – Mr. Sreebalakumar, Registrar – Mr. Julius Romarate and the Dean – Dr. Sanyal Sanjoy met with the Charge’d  Affaires of the Embassy of the United States of America, Charge’Bryan Hunt and their Assistant Public Affairs Officer – Mr. Albert Razick on September 10, 2015 at East Coast Campus.


The Vice Chancellor provided an overview of the University and talked about its contributions to the communities and economy of Guyana, primarily through research, fostering human capital and creating a skilled workforce.  Education Tourism is a major contributor to the economy of a number of countries around the world which consist of offshore Universities that focus on foreign students.  It is estimated that TAU’s foreign student spend approximately US$5,000-US$6,000 annually on food, transportation, entertainment and recreation in the city.  They also engage in travel and tourism within Guyana and are frequently visited by friends and family from abroad; this bodes well for the tourism sector and development of Guyana.


The Vice President indicated that TAU was successful in attracting people who might not otherwise meet Guyana and currently has 438 students from 35+ different countries studying in the University.  He further noted that the current academic infrastructure is equipped with modern learning facilities and the new campus which is being built in Providence will be on par with international standards.


The Assistant Public Affairs Officer inquired about the Accreditation of the University and in response, the Vice President noted that TAU is affiliated with the following key organisations: 1) National Accreditation Council of Guyana; 2) WHO (World Health Organization); 3) IMED (International Medical Education Directory) among others.  He also indicated that TAU, one among the rapidly growing Medical Schools in the Caribbean will soon be affiliated with the Caribbean Accreditation Authority for Education in Medicine and other Health Professions (CAAM-HP).


The Director of Operations informed that TAU currently conducts Clinical Rotations in

1) Guyana

  •       Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation
  •       St. Joseph Mercy Hospital and
  •       New Amsterdam Hospital

2)      United States of America
3)      Philippines

Additionally, he explained that through the Ministry of Health, the students are working with the Community Health Centers on some outreach programmes.


Further, mention was made about existing partnerships with Hospitals and Universities located in the United States. These include: the Concordia College, South Shore Hospital, Cook County Hospital and Weiss Memorial Hospital. The Charge’d Affaires commended the University officials on these initiatives and gave his wishes for continued success.

After the meeting, TAU representatives presented the Embassy officials with tokens and provided a tour of the facilities. The Embassy officials were impressed at the scale model of the new campus as well as the campus facilities.

President’s Message – 5th Anniversary of Texila

Dear All,


Saju Bhaskar.S.P - President & Founder of Texila American University
Saju Bhaskar.S.P – President & Founder of Texila American University

Since its inception in 2010, Texila American University has excelled in exploring new educational methods and has established itself as an industry leader by offering programs taught by expert practitioners, enhancing students’ ability to excel in evolving and emerging professions.  In a very short span of time, TAU had got recognitions and memberships from National Accreditation Council (NAC) – Guyana, WHO, IMED, ACU, CANQATE etc. Our Short term Goal for the College of Medicine is to Get CAAM HP Accreditation in the upcoming years.

Indeed, we, at TAU strive to customize training to target organizational pain points and concerns, yielding more successful post training results. Our vision in a rapidly changing era of healthcare reform is to educate physician leaders in patient-centered, science-driven, team-based, high-value health care. With a highly selective admissions process, inter professional team learning and a student-centered, flexible, innovative curriculum make our graduates highly sought after by residency directors.

As we move forward, Upgraded our mission and Vision, Adding new programs and new dimensions to the existing programs. We are committed to continuing: to create the best leaders, while transforming our students’ educational experience through multidisciplinary and experiential learning; to be an incubator for powerful intellectual ideas that have real world applications; and to modernize and expand our campus.

The coming academic year, like all our past years, will bring change to Texila American University with new campus being set up and excitingly new programs being introduced, TAU will continue to serve the education sector on the very best way.

Let me thank you all for your support and insight as we move forward. Educating the next generation could not be accomplished without your support.

Saju Bhaskar.S.P
Founder & President of Texila American University