Ross University School of Medicine has been providing students with the right tools to achieve excellence in their medical careers since 1978. That's not even considering the students that drop out or are dismissed before graduating. I was well prepared for my exams and for clinicals I feel, but what you put in is what you get out. What a First-Year Medical School Student Can Expect Knowing what a typical day could be like and avoiding seven mistakes can lead to a strong first year. You won't get into the most prestigious programs, but you are competitive for a wide array, especially if you do well and have social skills. This is a massive mistake. and etc. Saba students earn top residencies at medical centers across the US and Canada. They had a tuition I could afford and a great Step pass rate. That quote is so hilariously entitled lmao. 3. , … St. George's is considered one of the top Carib MDs, how do they perform and match? Let's start at the beginning and progress. Some kick out 50% of their students before they even sit for USMLE Step 1. Noche says: December 7, 2017 at 1:18 am I couldn’t agree with you more. Chemistry: One year of inorganic and one year of organic chemistry with a laboratory component. That's scary. That's a 90% rate. r/premed (and honestly the entire premed population ranging from SDN to people still using hotmail and DSL internet) has needed a resource for many years that shows what going to a for-profit medical school in the Caribbean is really like. Yikes. Saba: Saba University School of Medicine is located in Saba (population: 1,824), an island only five square miles in size. By Renee Marinelli, M.D. Here is a famous blog by a Caribbean student. Ok I used a lot of numbers here. I have no idea where others think somehow AUC stats are better, or any of the other 3. I will try to be unbiased but quick disclaimer: I am NOT a fan of these for-profit schools and so my post will inevitably be anti-Carib MD. What is a for profit Caribbean school? No one would take his ass if he applied as a backup. Tuition is as posted on the saba website, but living costs vary depending on what city I am doing my rotation in. Class sizes are 80-100 students per matriculating class. However, the 952 entering students can't be a part of the students being held back just yet, so years 2-4 you have an average of 1,400 students per class. Well that's odd, it states their starting class is in Fall 2016 is 952 which includes BOTH start dates as in 2009 each class started with around 430 students with the number increasing. Whatever the exact numbers may be, we can all agree that 952 entering students --> average class size of 1400 in years 2-4 --> 860 residency placements is not good. It's dramatic and he's a pretentious douchebag but it's worth a read. With the admin change in Ross, their class size is in the 3-400 range these days and the fail rate is huge. Here is a famous blog by a Caribbean student. We find out own housing and such. A lot of people focus on the match % and the overall numbers that they completely neglect where these students are matching and in what fields. Except that 29% of them find residency OUTSIDE of the match (as reported by them). Medical schools in the Caribbean have historically provided an alternative path to students with lower stats who might have otherwise given up on their dreams of practicing medicine. Imagine that.. American University of Antigua. Someone with a Step 1 in the 250s is applying family medicine from a Carib top 4 and only received 5 interviews. What was it like living & studying there? For Caribbean medical school graduates, it can be challenging to get matched into some of the most competitive specialties. Here's a nice little compilation I've made! Match percentage is reportedly every bit as good as the US, and our step pass rates are just as good as well. It's BAD. If you can pass all 5 semesters and the comp as the end, then you are every bit as ready as any other US student. What a First-Year Medical School Student Can Expect Knowing what a typical day could be like and avoiding seven mistakes can lead to a strong first year. Now the actual match rate doesn't exist because SGU doesn't want you to know, but there's a HUGE disconnect between students who enter, students who actually are enrolled in the program, students who match, and students who SOAP into something. No matter how the medical school admissions landscape has changed over the years, one thing has remained constant: GPA and MCAT score are the foundation of every application. Whether you’re an aspiring medical student from the United States, Canada or abroad, the most important accreditations to look out for in a prospective Caribbean medical school are those from the following organizations: St. That is such a massive discrepancy. The smaller programs outside of the Big 4 are so widely bad and have a match rate around 30%. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Saba has a match rate of 58% among US-IMGs. Saba University School of Medicine Basic Science Recognition Ceremony Graduation April 17, 2014. etc. etc. You will not have to wait long if you miss one application cycle. I think the school skews the numbers somewhat, but I have only heard of a handful not matching into something so far. I actually preferred this as it kept me focused and without distractions. Here's my disclaimer so don't bring it up. Read up on what a claimed 99% match rate means for Ross University. It's around 80% MATCH RATE for ACGME residencies with another 6% being able to SOAP, which is what Carib MD's apply into, which is obviously way higher than the 50% match rate of IMG's overall and the 30% of students who need to SOAP into a residency resulting in around a 66% placement rate. Student loans? They had over 860 residency placements in 2017. How to Pay for Medical School in Caribbean. At the end of the day it's up to us here at r/premed to give a warning and information and you as an individual to make an informed risk. Of them, the average GPA and MCAT is around a 3.2-3.4 and a 24-27. Historically, Caribbean schools were seen as a last resort — a final chance to open the door into medicine. Saba looks like a jungle with a med school plopped in the middle of it. Any comments or questions please post below! SGU has around a 50% match rate. How much are you paying per year? This will be added to the FAQ and sidebar soon once I get the kinks worked out. However, the 952 entering students can't be a part of the students being held back just yet, so years 2-4 you have an average of 1,400 students per class. Understand you will work harder for less recognition and that nobody will hold your hand and make sure you pass. Medical students interact with patients from their very first semester and learn from a combination of lectures, small groups, standardized patient exercises and clinical skills throughout the four years. Saba has a match rate of 58% among US-IMGs. Pre-medical students might be considering Caribbean medical schools as a way to become a U.S. doctor. Carib MD's have very high attrition rates. It's like fight club, you enter soft and flabby mentally, but after a month you are carved from wood. Official r/premed warning to NOT attend an offshore Caribbean medical school: making an informed decision, 5200 students enrolled, for an average of 1,300 students per year, BOTH start dates as in 2009 each class started with around 430 students with the number increasing, They had over 860 residency placements in 2017, SGU had around a 66% match rate for US-IMGs, Read up on what a claimed 99% match rate means for Ross University, Here is another version of this exact write up by /u/Ryndo which is amazing. Ross has a match rate of 54% among US-IMGs. In case you didn't know, you can match OUTSIDE of the match at unfilled programs. (Note: We recommend using this resource alongside our free, 66-page comprehensive guide to medical school applications, Get Into Medical School: 6 Practical Lessons to Stand Out and Earn Your White Coat.) As with anything, proceed with caution. Saba University School of Medicine. Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. There are 4 main Carib schools that people attend. This being said, Carib schools face challenges that US schools don't, but if you can get it together and commit to working harder than your peers, then you can do quite well. Despite OP's cheery attitude, going Carib is a huge gamble. Ok so not too bad when you consider the 952 number. What made you decide on saba, rather than any of the other Caribbean medical schools? I matriculated right out of undergrad. DOs have a 99% placement rate between ACGME and AOA residencies. She immersed herself in several community projects and was transformed by her work with the Street Medicine group. Biggest misconception about Caribbean medical schools? Are they legit MDs? Wow that's bad. As someone pointed out, Saba in particular had a 60% match rate. It is hot, buggy, and humid all year round. At best, you will match into a non-toxic residency program. LSU Health Shreveport is home to the only medical school in north Louisiana and one of only three in the state. As of 2011-2012, Saba’s tuition is $11,000 per trimester.There are a total of 10 trimesters. By Renee Marinelli, M.D. Applied gen surg and didn't match? If you don't get in with a US school then Carib can definitely be a fine choice. I think I made the right choice, but I was not prepared for the difficulties of medical school, especially Carib med school. The goal of this post is to provide prospective medical students with some information that will likely not be volunteered to you by the admissions office of the school. Cookies help us deliver our Services. Don't do it. What are you other living costs? Box 1000 Church Street, The Bottom, Saba, Dutch Caribbean Phone: 011-599-416-3456 Fax: 011-599-416-3458 *The Massachusettes address is for Saba's administrative offices. Antigua and Barbuda have two Carib MD schools that have a combined match rate of 46%. these are all from 2013. Because they cannot get into a US MD. Here is another version of this exact write up by /u/Ryndo which is amazing. A medical school’s accreditation is the key indicator of the institution’s legitimacy and education quality. I don't know about you but my end goal in medical school isn't JUST matching, it's matching into a program I actually at least kind of want to be at. Chemistry: One year of inorganic and one year of organic chemistry with a laboratory component. Reddit's home for wholesome discussion related to pre-medical studies. Since its founding, more than 2500 students have earned their medical degree at Saba. You tell me that's not better. Unsure if this is the right place to post, but what the hell. Are you afraid of not matching? I'll compare DO versus Carib MD later. Would you recommend someone to apply Caribbean? The UAG has 15,000 practicing physicians in the United States. When you use Interview Feedback, you will find common questions asked during medical school interviews as submitted by previous interviewees. They're in extremely undesirable locations in undesirable specialties. Well that's a huge discrepancy... For whatever reason, there are a lot more "4 year MD students" in the program than those that start. It's widely known that a lot of what makes a Carib school really hard is they have insane checkpoints you must hit to even sit for USMLE or other benchmarks. Once you completed your Fifth Pathway year in a US medical school you could enter or match for a residency program. As with anything, proceed with caution. This post is meant to inform people as much as possible of what going to the Caribbean actually entails. There’s just something about it… it’s only 5 square miles, a dot in the ocean, and you can hardly locate it on a map of the Caribbean, let alone a map of the world. Actually yes, they are legit as in you get an MD that you may practice in the US with. Not only that, but some of these schools are in the 30-40% range OVERALL. In 2013 Saba had 45 US-IMGs match while 33 did not match. You'll hear SGU say they have the most US residency placements for the past 7 years combined. I'm already aware. By large most of these programs are unfilled for a reason. I asked students of Saba, Ross, and AUC and from what I learned saba was the most competitive. In 2013 SGU had around a 66% match rate for US-IMGs. If 952 students enter, but each class has an average size of 1300, and only 610 match with another 250sh SOAPing, that's not looking so hot. Finally, Saba has very good stats. Someone with a Step 1 in the 250s is applying family medicine from a Carib top 4 and only received 5 interviews. We're doing an entire episode on failure, and I want to focus on med school because: 1) it's super-duper hard, 2) the stakes are high (including the financial stakes), and 3) for a lot of students, it represents their first experience with academic failure of any kind. So if you had 950 extrapolated over 4 years you'd have 3,800 students but there's 5,200 overall students in a 4 YEAR PROGRAM. Here is a famous blog by a Caribbean student. St. George's has a 3.4/27 average... scores that to me would seem to be competitive for DO. Saba had always fascinated me and ever since coming to medical school, I knew this was one of the islands I definitely wanted to visit before I left. I attended a school like this in Grenada. Good luck to all that read this and still pursue it-- may you actually make it out. Discover if this path to medicine is a good option. ;). (Ross, AUC, etc.). 4. After I do that if they still decide to go... good for them. Saba looks like a jungle with a med school … Noche says: December 7, 2017 at 1:18 am I couldn’t agree with you more. The big 4 properly teach, especially Saba in my opinion and our clinical hospitals regularly praise Saba as some of their best students as we are self sufficient and hard working. The Cayman Islands have St. Matthew's medical school that has an impressive 31.8% match rate. Getting into an American medical school is harder than ever.According to the AAMC, only 41% of applicants matriculated during the 2018-2019 academic year.. With an increasing number of applicants and limited number of spaces, even students with a competitive GPA and MCAT score are being turned away by admissions committees. The school itself is actually quite nice. It is a tiny island with little on it. The Cayman Islands have St. Matthew's medical school that has an impressive 31.8% match rate. If I don't get accepted into a US medical school, I've considered this, but I'm very concerned about being able to find a residency. It has graduated Americans since the mid 1950's. Not good at all. Here are how IMGs are fairing getting interviews. More often it takes you a bit more. The goal of this post is to provide prospective medical students with some information that will likely not be volunteered to you by the admissions office of the school. AUC was disorganized when I was applying while saba was on point, so I went with saba. I would estimate SGU has around a 40-50% match rate and a 55-66% overall residency placement from students who start to students who actually end up in residency. Saba had always fascinated me and ever since coming to medical school, I knew this was one of the islands I definitely wanted to visit before I left. Most stateside schools give match percentages for TOP CHOICE. Also, what field do you want to go into? By using our Services, you agree to our use of cookies.Learn More. And that's of the students that are STILL there. Well this is where it gets interesting. And remember... these students have most likely been taking out hundreds of thousands worth of loans. Ross is one of the most experienced Caribbean medical schools serving students. Here's a discussion in r/medicalschool about going Caribbean. Please read more here. If so, how would you justify it? ... Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Tumblr Pinterest Reddit VKontakte Share via Email Print. Third, medical school is 4 years. So out of 952 students, on average 350 of them are taking at least 1 extra year to get through the program. Here is a famous blog by a Caribbean student. Antigua and Barbuda have two Carib MD schools that have a combined match rate of 46%. Remember, if you're in the 30-50% who don't match, you're looking at crushing debt and an inability to practice as a physician. Technically yes, it should be only 3.5, but that almost never happens. Whatever you do, do not do EdInvest loans, they are a massive scam. I want ER but may have to go IM or IM/ER and switch in. You could SOAP into fam med. With there being more applicants than jobs, everybody is worried pretty across the board. English: At least one year of college-level English literature or composition. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. I attended a school like this in Grenada. They accept many who wouldn't get in elsewhere, but they fail students who can't keep up without mercy. That Caribbean is still a dirty word. Saba 5th semester student Geoffrey Lobban is finishing his basic sciences program and will begin his clinical rotations. The total tuition for the medical education is $110,000, which is comparable to a public medical school in the US.In fact, the tuition is a bit cheaper than my school’s tuition (even though I attend a public medical school). Looking back, how do you feel about your decision to attend a Caribbean school? Saba University School of Medicine was founded in 1992 as an international alternative to U.S. and Canadian medical schools. Saba University School of Medicine was founded in 1992 as an international alternative to U.S. and Canadian medical schools. As always, if anyone wants to add anything please let me know! Also, did you matriculate directly out of your undergrad program? But remember, these are the match rates of those that actually applied to the match. I know my analysis is not perfect by any means, but the purpose of it is so show how frustratingly difficult it is to get any actual answers from these programs. Also this post is about offshore medical schools in the Caribbean, not the regional medical schools that are for Caribbean people meant to practice in the Caribbean. It is not only a good alternative, it should be the only option if you cannot get into a US MD. Like Saint Martin, this island attracts tourists and is developed. But this wasn’t my experience. Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window), Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window). Tuition cost por year, fees and other charges Meaning 60% of students matched AT ALL. So be it. Moreover, please be careful of what the Carib MD schools public themselves. The medical school admissions process is a difficult one to navigate, and many applicants come out looking at second, third, or fourth options. Moreover, this post will focus on attrition rates, match rates, debt, and eventually where graduates may end up. Saba went to Cooper Medical School of Rowan University in Camden, NJ. What are some other match rates? I have no opinion about these schools, only the ones made for US students to come back to the US. Secondary applications: Secondary applications at osteopathic medical schools can be costly, but it depends on the school. Reply. And this is SGU , one of, if not the "top" carib MD program. Technically, you can tell people you went to medical school in the Netherlands. Saba has no mercy, and even had a reputation as such amongst other Carib schools from what other students tell me. Saba Medicine School began working in the year 1992, and since the time that time; it is known to be outstanding amongst other clinical universities for Canadian and U.S. understudies. The medical schools of Saint Kitts and Nevis have a match rate of 45%. What's the match percentage at your school? It's dramatic and he's a pretentious douchebag but it's worth a read, This is another blog titled "Why SGU may not be for you", Here's a discussion in r/medicalschool about going Caribbean. Ok so we have 952 entering students, but an average class size of 1300... Ok then. The big 4 properly teach, especially Saba in my opinion and our clinical hospitals regularly praise Saba as some of their best students as we are self sufficient and hard working. There’s just something about it… it’s only 5 square miles, a dot in the ocean, and you can hardly locate it on a map of the Caribbean, let alone a map of the world. US Seniors matching had a 50% match rate INTO THEIR FIRST CHOICE. So of the 860 students that matched, only 610 actually found residency in the match. American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine. This is a real school. Reply. Etc. I had a 3.7 GPA I believe in undergrad with a 33S MCAT. The total tuition for the medical education is $110,000, which is comparable to a public medical school in the US.In fact, the tuition is a bit cheaper than my school’s tuition (even though I attend a public medical school). Getting a Saba Medical School Tuition to get into a University presents a large investment in the life of all the students that over many years will pay more than all that money and time invested to the training excellent graduates, but How to Pay for the Saba Island Medical School in Caribbean?. Here is Gonnif's advice from SDN. The concern is there, but it drives me to do better. The medical schools of Saint Kitts and Nevis have a match rate of 45%. I love that Saba has such a diversity of students, and although we are in a competitive field, most students here are very supportive of one another. This is true for every medical school. It's like that for a reason. It’s I attend Saba University. I am rotating through clinicals now and not a single resident or attending cares what school I'm from, only the caliber of my work. Interview Feedback is the original databank of real interview questions from medical, dental, and other health professional schools. All I can do is say my piece and let those that want to risk it to go. Ross Medical School: Ross is located in Barbados (population: 285,719). They change their language on purpose. There are 1,400 students unaccounted for. I am a US citizen. Are you concerned about finding a residency in the US? According to NRMP , … I am not going to comment on the actual medical education one may receive. Lastly, what are you doing to fund your education? In my experience students and faculty leave Saba medical school because it is an extremely stressful place to study and work, and you don’t need that amount of stress added to your medical school experience. As of 2011-2012, Saba’s tuition is $11,000 per trimester. Well how do they match? US schools will hold your hand and have extra programs to help students. I hope that straightens that out. At worst, you will literally ruin your life with crushing debt and no degree or no residency to show for it. If you are planning to attend an international medical school, you want to make sure you make the right choice. She discovered her interest in addiction medicine and homeless health. About the Ads Our History How We Moderate Vision, Values and Policies Support for Black Lives Matter I'll answer throughout the day tomorrow if anybody wants to know anything about med school, Caribbean life, and whatever else. Hi there - I'm a reporter with The Pulse, a national health-and-science podcast/radio show based at WHYY in Philadelphia. I just didn't get in anywhere and didn't want to wait to try again. If anyone has any concrete evidence, numbers, etc please let me know. It was the premiere foreign medical school way before the Caribbean. Let's get some perspective. This is another blog titled "Why SGU may not be for you". "The secondary application fees range from zero to $100," says Levitan. First off, I go to SJSM. Worst comes to worst, I fake my death and tend bar in south america. It was neat visiting a foreign country but the living situation is much more difficult than in the US. Saba University's graduates practice primarily in the United States and Canada. The total tuition for the medical education is $110,000, which is comparable to a public medical school in the US.In fact, the tuition is a bit cheaper than my school’s tuition (even though I attend a public medical school). They sure do! It's obvious a significant portion of students are NOT hitting them and being held back to perform. English: At least one year of college-level English literature or composition. Imagine that. Saba has a match rate of 58% among US-IMGs. Then again, I don't think anybody every truly is. Founded as an independent School of Medicine in 1976, St. George’s University, the Premier Choice in Caribbean Medical Schools, has evolved into a top center of international education, drawing students and faculty from 140 countries to the island of Grenada. 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