The Windsor University School of Medicine welcomes new and returning students pursuing educational excellence and a career in medicine. For those attending, we aim to create an experience that is enriching, rewarding, and will prepare you for the journey ahead.
With a campus located in St. Kitts, West Indies, Windsor University School of Medicine is always available to serve the unique needs of students, as well as provide student services to our Caribbean medical school. Our office is available to students requiring assistance with visas, health services, career counselling, housing, transportation, as well as connecting you with student organizations to help you in forging lifelong relationships.
We wish you an inspiring and successful academic year. For more information on how to apply, get in touch with us today. For additional information on a particular topic, select an option from our “Quick Links” menu.
Finding a comfortable, homely place to stay while taking courses is an essential part of a positive university experience. One of the student services we provide at our Caribbean medical school is housing accommodations 25 minutes or less from campus. Visit the Housing page for additional information on the types of housing available.
Our campus bus service aims to provide safe, convenient, and efficient transportation for the campus’ students, staff, and visitors. The bus service operates Monday through Friday, 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM.
The Student Health Clinic and Safety & Security Department serve the safety, health, and wellness needs of students at our St. Kitts campus. If you should ever have a health or safety concern while attending Windsor University School of Medicine, please keep these services in mind.
The Student Affairs Office will be your central pillar of support while you seek your medical degree at Windsor University School of Medicine. The SAO exists to provide career and psychological counselling, as well as help you with other areas that may arise during your coursework.
Obtaining a medical degree will be one of the most challenging, yet rewarding experiences you will undertake. The Student Affairs Office is here to help you adjust to the demands of course work and address issues such as depression, loss and grief, career uncertainty, alcohol and drug problems, and other issues that can negatively impact your chances of success while at university.
If you plan on studying at our St. Kitts campus, our Student Visa webpage includes all the details you need to begin the process of applying for and obtaining a student visa.
Visit our downloads page for downloadable information, such as our housing form, clinical student requirement checklist, clinical training manual, health form, transcript request form, student handbook, and more.
Whether you’re new to campus or a fourth-year student completing a degree, we can help you answer any question you may have and direct you to the many resources we have available.