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Accredited Caribbean
Medical School

Where you Choose To Go To Medical School
Can Make All The Difference

Resume your Medical school journey at Windsor University School of Medicine, and:
  • Match in top residencies in the U.S. and Canada
  • Study at a CAAM-HP Caribbean school of medicine
  • Receive one-on-one Dedicated support
  • Enjoy a vibrant culture and an unparalleled learning experience

Ready to take the next step in your journey to becoming a
compassionate, patient-centered physician?

    Transferring Med School -
    The Transfer Process

    Interested in transferring to Windsor University School of Medicine from another medical school?

    Transfer students are accommodated from MD 2 to MD 6 semester and eligibility is determined during the admission process by reviewing the available resources in all learning sectors of the medical education program. Windsor University School of Medicine will only accept transferred course credits from Accredited Medical Schools that are listed on the World Directory of Medical Schools (www.

    WUSOM does not award credits for Basic Medical Science courses completed online or by distance education or from non-accredited medical schools or schools not listed in the World Directory of Medical Schools. The Office of Student Affairs and Admissions at WUSOM will review all candidates’ applications and supporting documents on a case-by-case basis, to determine acceptance, transfer course credit recognition and where in the program a transfer can begin with WUSOM.

    General Requirements

    • Original copies of transcripts of academic records from previous medical school(s), colleges, or Universities. International students (except from Caribbean and North American regions) are instructed to get their transcripts evaluated by evaluating agencies before they are accepted.
    • Two letters of recommendation from your med school professors.
    • Letter from the medical school dean regarding your student status and academic standing.
    • Personal Statement
      Transfer Statement describing your current student status at the previous med school and the reason you would like to transfer to WUSOM.
    • Scores of the NBME Comprehensive Exam, and Official USMLE Step 1 and Step 2 score report if applicable.

    Windsor is Vested in your Success!


    With the breathtaking island of St. Kitts as a backdrop, you will learn in a culturally diverse environment to become well-rounded, empathetic, and effective healthcare professionals who can provide equitable care to a diverse patient population.


    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.


    WUSOM students benefit from a close-knit community characterized by small class sizes, and attentive and accessible faculty. St. Kitts Medical School provides a diverse clinical experience through its various US-affiliated teaching hospitals in locations around the United States.

    Fully Accredited Caribbean Medical School

    Transfer With Ease & Earn A Reputable,
    Accredited Medical Degree

    Transferring to WUSOM is a seamless process, designed to make your transition as smooth as possible. Our dedicated admissions team is here to guide you through every step of the way. Don’t let bureaucracy hold you back from pursuing your passion for medicine – join us and take the next step towards a rewarding career in healthcare.

    Ready to Take the Next Step?

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    Reach out to our admissions team to discuss your transfer options and learn more about what Caribbean medical school has to offer. Contact Admissions

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    Windsor University School of Medicine is one of the best accredited Caribbean medical schools, determined by the Caribbean Accreditation Authority for Education in Medicine and other Health Professions (CAAM-HP,

    Windsor graduates are eligible to be Education Commission of Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) certified and eligible to take the United States Medical Examination (USMLE). Our graduates are also eligible to write Medical Council of Canada Examinations and participate in the Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS), as well as apply to take the PLAB (Professional and Assessment Board) test and apply for GMC registration.

    Windsor’s admissions requirements for 2023 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
    • 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

    Ready to re-start your Medical School journey