Canadian citizens, U.S. citizens or permanent residents only.
Accelerated Medical School - St. James School of Medicine

ACCELERATE LEARNING WITH
OUR TOP QUALITY MD PROGRAM

Study Basic Sciences in the Caribbean

At Saint James School of Medicine our Doctor of Medicine (MD) program is a 10 semester program covering the Basic Sciences and the Clinical Sciences.

As a top Caribbean Medical School with accreditation, Saint James’ good quality MD program offers an affordable alternative to the high fees of American medical schools.

Medical students spend four semesters (16 months) studying Basic Sciences at one of our Caribbean medical school campuses in Anguilla or Bonaire. Saint James offers some of the best, most competitive medical school fees in the Caribbean.

About our Basic Science curriculum

 

USMLE prep and clinicals in US Hospitals

Our students do their USMLE prep and clinical rotations alongside students from some of America’s best medical schools at a fraction of the cost.

The Clinical Sciences component of our top quality MD program is completed over six semesters (96 weeks) at affiliated hospitals and clinical facilities in the US.

Saint James is the only medical school in the Caribbean that guarantees clinical rotations in the United States and currently we have no waiting time for rotations. We have a strong established network of US hospitals and clinical institutions and continuously invest in growing these affiliations.

The first part of Clinical Sciences is an Advanced Introduction to Clinical Medicine. This takes place in Chicago at an affiliated hospital and consists of eight weeks of intensive preparation and review for the USMLE Step 1, followed by eight weeks of introductory concepts in clinical medicine, including rotations through various departments.

 

Gain the skills you need for your residency

Clinical Sciences prepare our medical students to function effectively in a clinical setting. Students participate in patient care while rotating through various medical specialties in the hospitals. Training includes physical examination, laboratory analysis, case presentations, clinical workshops and conferences. The student receives personalized guidance from the clinical faculty. This practical experience is the best way to develop good skills and knowledge for residency.

Clinical training at Saint James is divided into 48 weeks of core clerkships and 48 weeks of elective rotations. For more information on our

About our Clinical Science curriculum

 

MD Program enrollment dates

Saint James School of Medicine accepts students into our top MD program three times a year, in January, May and September. We do not require the MCAT.

 

St James only enrolls US citizens or permanent residents and Canadian citizens.