Saint James School of Medicine offers some of the lowest fees in the Caribbean. We believe a high quality medical education should be accessible to everyone with the ability and the motivation and the diligence to succeed in medicine, so we keep our fees as affordable as possible.
The American Medical Association offers the following student debt statistics for American medical graduates.
- $161,290 – Average educational debt of indebted graduates of the class of 2011.
- 78 percent of indebted graduates have debt of at least $100,000.
- 59 percent of indebted graduates have debt of at least $150,000.
- 86 percent of graduating medical students carry outstanding loans.
Source: Association of American Medical Colleges
Compare this with the estimated cost of undertaking the entire MD Program at Saint James School of Medicine of $76,100-$86,300, depending on whether you study at the Bonaire or the Anguilla school. Choosing to study at Saint James will mean you incur costs almost half those you would studying medicine in the US.
Graduating from medical school with a manageable student debt frees you to pursue a career inspired by your love of medicine.
Saint James graduate Dr David Klein says” One of the most incredible aspects of having ‘M.D.’ after your name is that it empowers you with the flexibility to do anything (teach, practice clinically, open a business, work for an NGO, author books, become a researcher or public health advocate)—you, in essence, become recession proof! With discipline and perseverance you will successfully jump through the many hoops ahead of you and enjoy an incredibly rewarding calling. I wish you the best of luck on your journey!”
Atlanta comes to Anguilla and dances the wine!