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World-class Education, Unlimited Opportunities:

Earn your MD at the most
Affordable Caribbean
Medical School

The two things most capable and hardworking students need to
pursue their dreams of earning a medical degree, are opportunity
and affordability. Here at Windsor University School of medicine –
your potential knows no bounds.

LOW-COST MD
Degree PROGRAM

Our entire MD program has one goal: to ensure that every student has been given an ample opportunity to be successful. With tuition starting at $5840 per semester, we offer the lowest tuition amongst all accredited Caribbean med schools.
  • No MCAT Requirement
  • High Pass Rate USMLE Step 1
  • Residency Placement in USA & Canada
  • Affordable Tuition
  • CAAM-HP Accredited

Pursue Your MD Abroad

Make an impact through early hands-on experience with
patients across the Caribbean community.

    Your path to becoming a physician starts in

    Days
    Hours
    Minutes

    start earning your MD in our upcoming September, 2024 term!

    WUSOM Tuition fees compared to other accredited caribbean medical School

    Caribbean Medical School Tuition Fees

    Financial Aid

    We don’t want our graduates to graduate beneath a mountain of student debt. Students of WUSOM are eligible to apply for different financial aid options. Read more about our Student Loans.

    Scholarships

    Windsor University School of Medicine offers academic scholarships in an effort to recognize the accomplishments of prospective or current students at our St. Kitts university. Our goal is to make quality education available to all. Learn more about scholarships.

    Join a Proudly Accredited Institution

    Windsor University School of Medicine is accredited by Caribbean Accreditation Authority for Education in Medicine and other Health Professions (CAAM-HP). These accreditations make our graduates eligible for Education Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) certification and can secure residencies throughout the U.S., Canada and the world.

    Accreditation by CAAM-HP is a rigorous, peer review process that examines all aspects of a medical program. The CAAM-HP board guarantees that graduates of accredited Caribbean medical schools meet the education requirements for further training and the health care needs of the people in the Caribbean. View our accreditation and recognition page to learn more.

    WUSOM is Vested
    in your Success

    Windsor university school of medicine offers a 4-year medical program accredited by CAAM-HP. Our program offers a rigorous education model designed to develop an in-depth understanding of different healthcare systems and patient populations. Our St. Kitts campus is modeled after the best US medical schools – a 30,000 square foot state-of-the-art building comprised of a larger library facility, simulation lab, small group learning rooms, student lounges, and gymnasium.

    Record Residency Placement in the U.S. and Canada

    Our graduates consistently secure competitive residency placements in top hospitals and healthcare institutions across the United States and Canada. We pride ourselves on our robust residency support system, which includes personalized guidance, interview preparation, and networking opportunities.

    Early Hands-on Learning

    Make an impact with early hands-on training. WUSOM has the tools to get you working with patients in weeks, not months. Our hands-on learning approach ensures that students gain essential clinical skills and real-world knowledge through Clinical Rotations at Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME)-approved hospitals.

    World-class Curriculum Supported by Expert Faculty

    Our curriculum is meticulously crafted to provide a solid foundation in medical sciences, clinical skills, and ethical practice. Our students benefit from integrated Learning, expert Faculty, and research Opportunities.

    One-on-one Dedicated support

    WUSOM students benefit from a close-knit community characterized by small class sizes, and attentive and accessible faculty. From selecting clinical rotations to choosing a medical specialty and preparing your residency applications, our dedicated team of professionals are here to help you every step of the way.

    We Accept Year-round
    Applications

    With flexible start dates three times a year, Windsor University School of Medicine offers rolling admissions, providing you with a convenient and flexible option to pursue your dream career.

    Hear what our students have to
    say about studying at Windsor

    Listen to what our students have to say about our experienced faculty,
    small class sizes, and world-class curriculum.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Windsor University School of Medicine is an accredited Caribbean medical school, determined by the Caribbean Accreditation Authority for Education in Medicine and other Health Professions (CAAM-HP, www.caam-hp.org). CAAM-HP accredited schools open doors for you to apply for residency across US and Canada.

    The admission requirement for Caribbean university medical schools is less stringent than those of US and Canadian med schools. Windsor’s admissions requirements for 2024 include:

    Pre-Requisite Coursework (Minimum 90 Credits)

    • 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)

    International (Non-U.S./non-Canadian) applicants must submit

    • 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)
    • Refundable Security Deposit of $2,000 USD

    There is no MCAT score requirement for applying to our Caribbean med school. In fact, the MCAT is not the only thing our admissions panels consider when going over a prospective student’s credentials.

    Most ACCM or CAAM-HP accredited medical schools in the Caribbean have a much more affordable tuition fee as compared to US and Canadian medical schools, and the cost of living is also significantly lower than it would be in the U.S. At WUSOM, we are committed to making a quality medical education affordable and accessible for every deserving student. With a tuition fee starting at $ $7,190 per semester, the total cost of tuition for the MD program amounts to only $93400—not including housing and other fees – which makes WUSOM the most affordable Caribbean medical schools amongst all accredited Caribbean med schools.

    Windsor University School of Medicine – Your Future in Medicine Starts Here