A robust education system is important for nations and future generations. The foundation of the academic system ought to be resilient enough to withstand changing times. This foundation lies in the hands of educators in classrooms. Graduate degrees indicate a commitment to a brighter future and relay a positive model to those who look up to you. The Masters of Education is a postgraduate degree awarded by institutions of higher learning in many countries. It is intended to offer professional progress to teachers (Master of Arts Education), educators and school personnel. The curriculum followed by students of the program is comprehensive enough to allow academic research while also increasing knowledge within the graduate program.
There are more than 70 medical schools located in the Caribbean. Caribbean medical school there are classed as regional and offshore. Regional schools train medical students to practice in specific countries and regions, whereas offshore schools train students from the United States and Canada, who plan to return home to practice. Degrees given by Caribbean medical schools are (MD) Doctor of Medicine and (MBBS) Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery degrees. The schools are indexed in the FAIMER International Medical Education Directory (IMED) and/or the Avicenna Directory for medicine.