cheating the system.
I agree. If it should work out, it might put alot of the other offshore schools in trouble, because who wants to live on a caribbean island for 2 years. It makes me wonder why someone didn't try this long ago if it was possible. The whole point to spending 2 years outside of the U.S. is because state licesning requires you to study in the charter country for that amount of time. For almost 30 years the caribbean schools have been playing by these rules, but if SC proves that nobody has to follow the rules anymore, who's going to?
Originally Posted by jpryor
But, yeah, I doubt in the end that this will happen, because rules are rules. I'm sure people who attend and defend this school have their reasons, but I just can't believe someone would risk all this money, time, and effort on something so unsure.
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Skipper's Medical Univeristy of the Dutch West Indies--SMU-DWI