Caribbean medical school comparison tool

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Caribbean medical school comparison tool

Postby Adminnaoum » Sat Feb 11, 2012 2:40 pm

As part of our core materials, we've put together a tool to let you compare caribbean medical schools:

Caribbean medical schools

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Re: Caribbean medical school comparison tool

Postby CaribMD » Tue Feb 14, 2012 6:19 pm

Hmm my School is missing Aureus University of Medicine Aruba.
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Re: Caribbean medical school comparison tool

Postby beacon_med » Mon May 14, 2012 4:09 pm

This is a great tool for caribbean medical school research.

Is the American University of Antiguqa on there? I don't see it. uamed.org
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Re: Caribbean medical school comparison tool

Postby crarzuaga » Sat Jun 28, 2014 5:44 am

Can someone give information about UMHS in St Kitts.
Can it be a good choice for future work in the USA?
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Re: Caribbean medical school comparison tool

Postby ElianaBryson » Thu Feb 07, 2019 1:05 am

There are many factors which come into play when we go for choosing a Caribbean medical school. I believe the major factors should be their clinical affiliates across US and the other is their accreditation. Clinical affiliates helps students in gaining practical exposure along-with making industrial relations and accreditation helps them in being recognized and further move forward to top universities in the field. There are many caribbean schools which accept students easily but many of them are not accredited in United States and Windsor Caribbean Medical School is accredited and their graduates are ECFMG certified and are eligible to appear in USMLE.

Before taking admission in any Caribbean Medical School it is necessary that the student checks its accreditation so that it does not become a trouble for them in pursuing their studies afterwards.
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