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Barbados, a beautiful sovereign Island country, surrounded with its amazing beaches, charming botanical gardens, the pleasing Harrison’s Cave formation, and 17th-century splendid plantation houses like St. Nicholas Abbey and much more. It’s a nation of the delicate hearted Barbadians filled with a lot of friendship, kindness, peace, humanity, courtesy and fellow feeling. It’s a land with eleven churches and four towns, each with their own appearance, glamor, and history.

  • Barbados was first placed in the “Very High Human Development” category by The Human Nations Development Index (2011).
  • Barbados’s free education system has given rise to a literacy rate of 97%.
  • Barbados is a nation praised by all the visitors who highlight the friendliness of the Barbadians and glorifies the beauty of the land surrounded completely by the Atlantic Ocean.
  • The name 'Barbados' is derived from the Bearded Fig Trees which are more abundant on the island.
  • Barbados is 21 miles long and 14 miles wide.
  • It is the only coral island among the regions with complete white sand beaches.
  • Barbados is the 3rd oldest Parliamentary democracy in the world. It is the 16th most densely populated country.
  • The nation has had uninterrupted parliamentary governance since 1639, which makes it the world’s third oldest parliament.
  • Barbados was the first Caribbean island to have piped water.
  • It also has pure drinking water. Barbados is a famous tourist destination with around 500,000 visitors per year.
  • Barbados is the most developed Caribbean island country, and is also in the top 5 most developed countries in the Western hemisphere, alongside the U.S. and Canada.

Considering all the above pros it is by far the best option for prospective candidates to study medicine in such a beautiful and developed country like Barbados.