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    pnetra is offline Newbie 510 points
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    MBBS in Caribbean Islands


    Caribbean Islands have some of the the World Class Medical schools, and Caribbean medical schools are known for the quality education and hospitality they provide in order to bring to the world a class of amazing doctors that can serve the world. Medical schools recognized by their local governments that award the Doctor of Medicine (MD) program, Premedical Program, Basic Science program, Clinical Rotation, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) degrees.

    To study Medicine in the Caribbean is the best Place. Medical Universities in the Caribbean are recognized World Wide. Caribbean Medical Universities are highly equipped with advanced Medical Facilities for a contemporary medical standard.
    1.Serene Environment
    2.Better Clinical Preparation
    3.Diverse Clinical Rotations
    4.Post-grad Flexibility

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    It is always a worthy decision to study medicine in Caribbean Island. Apart from its outstanding environment, they provide the quality medical education at low cost. The ecosystem also carries the humanitarian background and diverse community that is essential for future doctors. Apart from the advantages of low cost, Caribbean mEdical school follows the USMLE approved curriculam that is essential for being a sucessful licensed physician in USA.

    Study medicine in Caribbean Island has the other advantage too. They provide clinical rotation in the USA. This is a dream comes true for lots of medical aspirants worldwide. Clinical rotation in the USA opens the door of right exposure to the students and students can gain the hands on knowledge during the process. It is good to check th euniversity is accrediated or not and does it demand MCI/ MCAT screening test from the students. Some medical universities in Caribbean Island is accrediated and they don't demand any MCI screening test from the students. It is always good to get admitted into a Caribbean Medical School to have a lifetime learning and memorable experience!
    Last edited by Debasmita; 08-08-2017 at 06:45 AM. Reason: Added more content

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