The University of Sint Eustatius is one of the smaller Caribbean medical schools located on the island of Sint Eustatius in the Dutch Caribbean.
Offering a 4-year U.S. medical degree (M.D.) program, or 6-year program with the first 2 years in our Pre-Medical program, the University of Sint Eustatius is known throughout the Caribbean for having small class sizes and one of the best Clinical Medicine programs in the region.
At USESOM, we know our students by name, not student-ID. With a low 10:1 student-teacher ratio, professors's doors are always open for assistance. Every student has an opportunity to participate in group study, or find a space for quiet, self study time - maybe even on the beach.
The Clinical Program of the University of Sint Eustatius offers its students a wide range or rotation opportunities. Rather than have all of our students rotate in a single hospital or clinical group, USESOM has students rotating at over 60 clinical sites throughout the United States. Students can choose to rotate in a specific geographical location, or pick multiple sites across the country. Those are just two of the reasons why USESOM's Clinical Medicine Program has a reputation as one of the best among the Caribbean medical schools.
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The University of Sint Eustatius offers a unique, boot camp-style USMLE review/remediation program available to both USESOM students and non-USESOM students, separate from the 5th Term Review in our M.D. program.
The program, located in Farmington Hills, Michigan, utilizes a question bank containing thousands of practice examples and test questions, USMLE Step 1 Live Prep faculty-mentors review the Basic Sciences in an integrated format allowing students to prep for the USMLE Step 1 in the same manner as they will be tested.
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