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Trinity Welcomes its Largest Class to Date

The Caribbean medical school, Trinity School of Medicine, welcomed a record number of medical students into their September class last week after a weekend filled with meet-and-greet activities showing the students around their new home on the island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. 

As usual, the Doctor of Medicine students come from a variety of backgrounds and represent a wide swath of diversity, something Trinity prides itself on. This incoming term has several students from St. Vincent who advanced from Trinity's Pre-Medical program, many Canadian and US students, as well as students from India and Egypt and Asia. 

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Trinity School of Medicine from an Applicant's Perspective: Part 2

This is Gily, reporting to you live from 25,000 feet in the air, on a plane from Barbados to Grenada, and subsequently St. Vincent. It has been a long, exhausting day full of airport  security checks and connecting flights, but the adrenaline rush of finally arriving at Trinity is overpowering my fatigue.  Instead of worrying about my luggage (which has been lost somewhere en route from Miami to Barbados), I have been busying myself with writing down the scope of everything I want to ask the Dean, Chancellor, professors, and students during my preview visit.

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FAQ's for getting an MD from foreign medical schools

There are many reasons an aspiring physician may choose to pursue studies at foreign medical schools. Tuition rates at domestic institutions may be out of reach. You may want to expand the breadth and scope of your studies by gaining an international perspective. Academic or personal circumstances may limit the options which are available to you at home. Regardless of your reasons, you can rest assured that your dream of becoming a doctor is still well within reach.

In most cases, students who get their training at foreign medical schools are still eligible to sit for medical licensing examinations in the United States and Canada, as long as certain criteria are met. First, the institution at which you study must be listed with the World Health Organization (WHO) and IMED/FAIMER. Then, you will have to pass the USMLE exams and/or Canadian board examinations and finally, you must double-check with your state or province's medical licensing board to ensure that you are eligible for licensure.  

If you're looking into foreign medical schools, chances are you have many questions. Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about foreign or international medical schools:

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Should I Consider a Caribbean Medical School?

With only 40% of applicants to US medical schools and 25% of applicants to Canadian medical schools being offered enrollment each year, thousands of pre-med graduates are forced to look for alternative paths to achieving their dream of becoming physicians.

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