UNIVERSAL CARIBBEAN UNIVERSITY has collaboration with URBANA UNIVERSITY and FRANKLIN UNIVERSITY in USA for our MD students dual-enrollment in their MBA program.
American and Canadian students are eligible for student loan through the MBA program.
Due to maintenance issues the online application page is currently unavailable.
please use the download page in ADMISSIONS to send in your application.
Established in 2017, Universal Caribbean University (UCU) School of Medicine in
St. Kitts promises to provide its students a learning experience that is unmatched anywhere else in the Caribbean.
Our first batch commenced on May 2018 and as a new medical school, UCU promises to utilize new innovations and high-tech learning tools to educate and train future young doctors, researchers and scientists in a better way for the 21st century.
WHY CHOOSE UCU?
Affordable education designed simply for you.
Highly qualified professors with MD degree/post graduate degree with experience in teaching medical students in respective fields.
1:10 Teacher to Student ratio. One on one mentoring of students for successful passing of USMLE step 1 and step 2 exams.
Research opportunities during clinical years in affiliated hospitals and other research facilities.
UCU will provide Assistance in applying and securing Residency in US for eligible students.
MISSION & VISION
Our goal at UCU school of Medicine is to prepare our students to be the next generation of medical professionals through education that fosters leadership, excellence and lifelong learning.
The faculty and students will partner together to build a strong foundation by active learning and critical thinking, effective communication skills, commitment to promote the health and wellbeing of the community they serve.
Registered by Accreditation Board of St.Kitts & Nevis and Licensed by the Government of St.Kitts & Nevis.
DID YOU KNOW
United States will face a shortage of up-to 120,000 physicians by 2030. The shortages will be in four broad categories: primary care, medical specialties, surgical specialties, and other specialties. Shortfall of between 14,800 and 49,300 primary care physicians and non-primary care specialties of between 34,000 and 70,000 physicians.