We offer you an affordable, hands-on medical education, to prepare you for a long, rewarding medical career. Our top MD Program covers the Basic and Clinical Sciences. The 10 semester program takes you through Step 1 and Step 2 of USMLE, to your graduation with your Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree.
BASIC SCIENCES IN THE CARIBBEAN
You’ll spend five semesters (20 months) studying the Basic Sciences at one of our two Caribbean medical school campuses, Saint James Anguilla or Saint James St Vincent. Our safe, friendly campuses offer you a positive learning environment and a close supportive community with one-on-one tutoring, mentoring, opportunities for peer led learning, student clubs and activities.
“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
CLINICAL ROTATIONS IN US HOSPITALS
Study your Clinical Sciences over five semesters (80 weeks) at affiliated hospitals and clinical facilities in the US. We have partnerships with teaching hospitals in Chicago. Clinical training at Saint James School of Medicine is divided into 48 weeks of core clerkships and 32 weeks of elective clinical rotations.
“SAINT JAMES CLINICAL SITES ARE FAR SUPERIOR TO THOSE OFFERED BY OTHER CARIBBEAN MEDICAL SCHOOLS.”
Dr. Devang Gujarathi, graduate, Saint James School of Medicine
ENROLLMENT FOR OUR MD PROGRAM
Start your medical studies at Saint James School of Medicine in January, May, or September. We do not require the MCAT. If you’d like to apply, it only takes five minutes to complete your application form online. Your admissions advisor will then support you through the application process.
For more information on Saint James School of Medicine’s top MD program, please fill out our short contact form and one of our admissions advisors will be in touch. Alternatively, you can call us at 800-542-1553 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Our admissions team will be delighted to answer your questions.