When you apply to a Caribbean medical school, one of the first areas you may want to explore is the curriculum. Your Caribbean medical degree will be the result of completing this course of study. The experience of attending Windsor University of Medicine (WUSOM) differs somewhat from the experience you might have at a U.S. or Canadian medical school. You will be provided with everything you need to know to practice medicine in the United States, Canada, and elsewhere. Because our Caribbean medical school has the proper accreditation, you will be given the same opportunities to apply for a residency program in the U.S. or Canada.
However, the application and admissions process may be faster than that of a U.S. or Canadian medical school. The tuition is affordable, which creates new possibilities for those who cannot afford an expensive medical school education. Above all, the curriculum is both intensive and interesting.
A Look at the Curriculum for Your Caribbean Medical Education
If you would like to study our medical school curriculum in depth, you may refer to the student handbook. Therein you will find all of the courses detailed under the Curriculum section. To give you a basic idea of what you can expect, here are some of the highlights of the study program:
A Robust Course of Study at a Distinguished Caribbean Medical School
Attaining a medical degree is an honorable achievement. Trying to enroll and study in a highly competitive medical school in the U.S. or Canada can be a stressful experience. This is why more students than ever are opting to study medicine in the Caribbean. At Windsor University School of Medicine, the coursework is intense, but it is also interesting and rewarding. The clinical clerkships will allow you to experience the practice of medicine directly. Whether you travel from Milton, Edmonton, Washington, or Los Angeles, your Caribbean medical education promises to be an exciting one. Contact us now so you can get started on the path to your future as a doctor with a strong foundation at our Caribbean medical school