Windsor University School of Medicine Blog

For almost 2 decades, Windsor University School of Medicine has been providing opportunity, education, and support to students from all over the world to achieve their academic and career goals. Follow our blog to learn more about our institution, the medical field, and medical instruction.

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    Establishing Residency with a Caribbean Medical Degree

    When you are planning to study medicine in the Caribbean, one of the main details you may want to know is whether your Caribbean medical education will qualify you for a U.S. residency program. That is a question every prospective Caribbean medical student should have.

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  • 15/05/2017
    Should I Get Travel Insurance to Study Medicine in the Caribbean?

    If you are going to a Caribbean medical school, you will need to take certain steps before you leave. One of the main details you must handle is getting a student visa before you arrive overseas. Another detail to consider is how to cover your losses if something is stolen or if you get sick. Whether you are coming from Chicago, Miami, or Toronto, you might want to purchase travel insurance while you pursue your degree at an international medical school.

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    Do I Need a Student Visa to Attend a Caribbean Medical School?

    Once you have decided to study medicine in the Caribbean, you will probably have many questions. Aspiring medical school students frequently reach out to us about the requirements for attending Windsor University School of Medicine (WUSOM). That often includes knowing whether they need a student visa for Caribbean medical school. This is a detail you will need to cover before you embark on your journey to the Caribbean.

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    Why Study Medicine in the Caribbean?

    Qualified doctors are needed everywhere, from San Juan to Schaumburg to Newark. However, even if you become an incredibly talented physician or surgeon, one quality may be more important to your patients than you might realize: compassion. That, along with the capacity to view the “big picture” and relate to your future patients, will make you more valuable as a medical professional than many of your peers.

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Brighton’s Estate, Cayon
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