A top quality MD program

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Our MD program covers the Basic and Clinical Sciences. You’ll study Basic Sciences at one of our two Caribbean medical school campuses and do your USMLE prep and clinical rotations at hospitals and clinical facilities in the US. When you graduate, you can become a doctor in the US and Canada.

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An affordable medical education

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Saint James was founded to offer you a quality medical education at an affordable price. We offer some of the most affordable Caribbean medical school fees, with tuition from $5,950 per semester. Start your medical career with less debt.

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How to apply for our MD program

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It only takes five minutes to complete your application form online. Your admissions advisor will then support you every step of the way through the application process. You can start your medical studies in January, May, or September. Please note, we can only accept applications from US citizens or permanent residents, and Canadian citizens.

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"Saint James is awesome in that it focuses on strengthening your professional and leadership skills, as well as building strong connections that you can use as a licensed doctor."

-Sree Y., MD2, Saint James School of Medicine

Your future. Our Promise.

Welcome to your medical school community. We promise you individual attention, small classes, and personal support. We guarantee a quality medical education at an affordable price with clinical clerkships in top US hospitals.

Basic Sciences

Small classes and one-on-one learning

Your teachers are experienced educators with a track record of student success. You’ll enjoy small classes and a high teacher to student ratio, with one teacher for every ten students, so you’re guaranteed one-on-one support and attention.

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Clinical clerkships in top US hospitals

“Saint James’s clinical sites are far superior to those offered by other Caribbean medical schools and on par with those offered by most US schools. Having completed all of my core rotations at teaching institutions in Chicago, I can attest that my rotations prepared me well not only for USMLE step 2, but also residency.”

Dr. Devang Gujarathi, graduate, Saint James School of Medicine

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RESEARCH STRENGTHENS YOUR RESIDENCY APPLICATION

Discover clinical research, connect with your peers, publish your research, and improve your career prospects with our medical research program. Choose a research project inspired by your own medical interests, take part in research projects, or join an ongoing research project.

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Clinical Sciences

Clinical sciences

Study your Clinical Sciences over five semesters at affiliated hospitals and clinical facilities in the US. We have strong partnerships with teaching hospitals in Chicago, a leading city for clinical clerkships and medical residencies. Clinical training at Saint James School of Medicine is divided into 48 weeks of core clerkships and 32 weeks of elective clinical rotations.

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Two caribbean medical school campuses

Choose from two Caribbean medical school campuses. Both offer you close supportive communities with tutoring, mentoring, opportunities for peer led learning, student clubs and activities. Anguilla is in the Leeward Islands. St. Vincent is the largest island in the island nation of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Both islands are in the Lesser Antilles, east of Puerto Rico.

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"Life on an island is excellent. Why do four years in medical school in a cold area when you can live the life on a beautiful beach and study?"

-Tiffaney W. , MD2, Saint James School of Medicine

Two Caribbean Campuses

Saint James has two Caribbean medical school campuses. Both offer close supportive communities with tutoring, mentoring and plenty of opportunities for peer led learning. Anguilla is in the Leeward Islands. St. Vincent is the largest island in the island nation of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Both islands are in the Lesser Antilles, east of Puerto Rico.

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