WUSOM - Caribbean Medical School
In addition to a university accreditation from CAAM-HP, Windsor Caribbean Medical School earns additional approvals from respected agencies and organizations around the world.
View our accreditation and recognition page for more information.
STUDY AT A WELL-DESIGNED MEDICAL SCHOOL PROGRAM THAT OPENS DOORS FOR PRACTICE IN THE U.S, CANADA, U.K AND FOR GLOBAL PRACTICE
- WUSOM offers an innovative integrated curriculum in a supportive learning environment, enabling its caribbean medical school students to learn the foundations of medicine according to the latest pedagogical curriculum model.
- WUSOM students benefit from a close-knit community characterized by small class sizes, and attentive and accessible faculty.
- All WUSOM clinical rotations are provided at Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-approved hospitals and affiliated with world-class universities.
- This, along with our student’s performance in various licensing examinations, such as the United States Medical Licensing Examination® (USMLE), U.K General Medical Council (GMC), Medical Council of Canada (MCC), etc., opens several doors and bolsters a student’s chances of obtaining a residency of their choosing.
TRULY AFFORDABLE MEDICAL EDUCATION
WUSOM’s Vision is to lead a vibrant, innovative University which provides affordable exemplary academic programs, quality services, and student experiences. We have maintained our tuition fees at a very affordable rate since the very inception of the university 25 years ago. In fact, we offer the lowest tuition amongst all accredited caribbean medical school
WUSOM TUTION FEES COMPARED TO OTHER ACCREDITED Caribbean Medical School
WUSOM operates under a rolling admissions policy. This means we offer three
start dates—September, January, and May. This gives you the freedom to start Caribbean Medical School when it’s right for you.
partnerships & affiliations
RICH SUCCESSFUL ALUMNI NETWORK
At Windsor University School of Medicine, We are proud to have a strong alumni network that includes graduates who have achieved success in a wide range of medical specialties and career paths.
One of the ways we measure our success is by the United States residency placements of our graduates. Our alumni have been placed in top residency programs across the United States and Canada, including specialties such as family medicine, internal medicine, surgery, pediatrics, psychiatry, and more.
Over the past 10 years alone we have placed a total of 864 graduates into the United states Residency program, with an average of 78 graduates matching each year. Details of the location of the residency match each year can be found here.
WUSOM U.S RESIDENCY PLACEMENT OVER THE PAST 10 YEARS
We are proud to have affiliations with various top-ranking hospitals in the United States, as well as with world-renowned university hospital systems, such as the University of West Indies in Jamaica, which is among the top 1% of universities in the world.
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CHECK FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT OUR CARIBBEAN
MEDICAL SCHOOL ADMISSIONS
There are three (3) starting terms per year: Spring in January, Summer in May, and Fall in September.
- General Biology or Zoology with laboratory or computer simulation (2 semesters or 8 credit hours)
- Inorganic or General Chemistry with laboratory or computer simulation (2 semesters or 8 credit hours)
- Organic Chemistry or Biochemistry with laboratory or computer simulation (2 semesters or 8 credit hours)
- Physics with laboratory or computer simulation (2 semesters or 8 credit hours)
- English or Humanities equivalent i.e., Social Sciences (2 semesters or 6 credit hours)
- Mathematics (preferably Calculus or Statistics) (1 semester or 3 credit hours)
- Letters of recommendation
- Research projects
- Personal essays
- Work experience
- Official credential evaluation report of transcript through World Education Services (WES); Visit wes.org
- Official report of scores on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
There is no minimum MCAT score requirement for applying to our Caribbean medical school. In fact, the MCAT is not the only thing our admissions panels consider when going over a prospective student’s credentials.
Transfer students are only accommodated from MD 2 to MD 6 semester, and eligibility is determined after a careful review of their academic performance in their previous medical school which must be listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools.
At WUSOM, we do not have a minimum GPA for entrance into our school, as we conduct a more holistic assessment when evaluating prospective students. We determine the eligibility of each student on a number of factors, such as their past experiences, extracurricular activities, research experience, personal essay, letters of recommendation, etc.
Windsor University School of Medicine carries multiple accreditations, both national and international. Windsor is accredited by the Caribbean Accreditation Authority for Education in Medicine and other Health Professions (CAAM-HP). The standards used by CAAM-HP are based on the United States medical school accreditation program as outlined by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME), which are also recognized by the U.S. Department of Education’s NCFMEA. WUSOM is also accredited by the St. Christopher and Nevis accreditation board, as well as listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools. Our graduates are eligible to be Education Commission of Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) certified and take the United States Medical Examination (USMLE). Our graduates are eligible to write Medical Council of Canada Examinations and participate in the Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS).