International University of Health Sciences (IUHS)

Country: Saint Kitts and Nevis

About International University of Health Sciences (IUHS):

The International University of the Health Sciences (IUHS) School of Medicine provides a program of research resulting in the giving of a Doctor of Medicine degree.


The International University of the Health Sciences is certified by the government of St. Kitts and Nevis. The International University of the Health Sciences is recognized in the directories of worldwide organizations such as the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Foundation for the Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER). These results allow IUHS learners and graduate learners to be qualified to create the USMLE, the LMCC and the PLAB exams. IUHS graduate students may search for expert licensure in most areas such as USA, Canada, UK, India and Australia.
IUHS offers a medical education program which leads to the awarding of a Doctor of Medicine degree (MD or MBBS) through our campus in St. Kitts (West Indies)

IUHS provides a unique part of the medical degree system. Also IUHS provides bi-directional web casting studying for each university student with a large digital library collection. The digital educational setting is the base of the pre-clinical training system. It is reinforced by many activities such as small number of study classes, lab workouts, and staff mentoring. The scientific clerkship system of IUHS is consisting of a sequence of shifts taken in medical centers and clinics in St. Kitts, US, Canada, Australia, Mexico or India.

Unique Features of IUHS:

  1. The applicant is thinking to health care and reduce dependency on didactic academic methods
  2. Knowing of sickness, prevent, recognize, and servicing of health
  3. The applicant is knowing the exercise of medication in a community
  4. Take liability for personal studying and the growth of training skills

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