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Thank you everyone for all of your posts and discussion. I apologize for posting this question so late. We have so far had a lively discussion about for-profit nature of Caribbean medical schools. It is a good point that as long as the end result is a good physician and patient care, the for-profit nature of a school does not matter. The article also highlighted that these schools have on average a 53% match rate. I believe some have already commented on the class sizes of some larger Caribbean schools. Given the class sizes and match rates, how will these students who do not match or do not reach their clinical years, pay off their debt? What is the loan burden for the average student going to an offshore school?