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Introduction

Thank you for your interest in attending Windsor University School of Medicine. The Medical School was established in 1997 by board certified American Diplomat Physicians practicing in the US, in conjunction with the Government of St. Kitts & Nevis.

Currently, about 160,000, or 25% of all physicians practicing in the U.S. have attended medical schools abroad. Windsor University School of Medicine has ensured, through its professors and rigorous academic curriculum, that the physicians trained in our school have the same knowledge, abilities, and training as that found in the best of American Universities. Meticulous efforts have been made to hire the very best faculty members from the U.S. and abroad, who demonstrate keen teaching abilities, professionalism, and a personal interest in helping train skilled and caring physicians who will care for the sick.

All classes are taught in English by some of the best faculty members from the U.S. and abroad. The curriculum taught at Windsor, is the very same as that taught in quality U.S. medical schools.

  


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