Windsor continues to stand out due to its affordability and an academic environment designed to welcome international students of diverse cultures. Windsor has successfully achieved and maintained this multicultural environment for more than a decade.
Founded in 1998 on the island of St. Kitts, Windsor University School of Medicine provides broad medical education and academic support services designed to assist students in achieving their academic goals. Our medical school ensures our students are offered an enhanced academic education along with extensive hands-on patient care training and leadership. Our graduates are known to be committed and dutiful professionals committed to serving their community. Ready to pursue a career in medicine? Get in touch with us today.
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6212, Monee Manhattan Rd Monee Illinois, 60449
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Brighton’s Estate, Cayon St. Kitts, West Indies
St. Kitts, West Indies
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Administrative Fee, Student Government Fee, Health Insurance Fee, Semester Ending Exam Fee, Lab Fees, Becker’s Program Fee, Visa Fee, Transportation Fee** (optional)
The MD Program
Admission into the 4-year program requires a Bachelor Degree or completion of at least two years of post-secondary education, which must include successful completion of premedical admission requirements.
After successfully completing basic sciences, Windsor students are eligible to enter Clinical Clerkships, in rotation, in specific fields. There are 48 weeks of required clinical core clerkships and 24 weeks of electives. The core clerkships in medicine, surgery, pediatrics, family medicine, obstetrics/gynecology and psychiatry are the basic areas of medical practice about which all physicians need to be knowledgeable. They are included in the curriculum of every medical school participating in these clerkships and provide students with an understanding of the various specializations in medicine.