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St. James University Medical School
The Medical Degree (MD) program at Saint James is a 10-semester program. The scope of study consists of the Basic Sciences and the Clinical Sciences. The curriculum at Saint James prepares students for the United States Medical Licensure Examination (USMLE).
The Basic Sciences are completed over four semesters (16 months) on the Anguilla campus in the Caribbean.
Students are accepted into the medical school’s MD program three times a year in January, May and September. The Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) is optional.
The 96 weeks of clinical training are divided into 48 weeks of core clerkships and 48 weeks of elective rotations.
Immediately following completion of the Basic Sciences, the first 16 weeks of the Clinical Sciences course is offered as a block course called the Advanced Introduction to Clinical Medicine. It is offered 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 the various departments.
Tuition: Basic Science Program
Tuition: Clinical Science Program
Information received from the St. James University Medical School website.
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