St. Martinus University Faculty of Medicine campus is located on the island of Curaçao in the Netherlands Antilles (Dutch Caribbean). Curaçao offers a very well developed infrastructure and is one of the most multicultural and multi-lingual environments in this part of the world. The campus is equipped with state-of-the-art audiovisual and computer-enhanced teaching tools. The university has a wide range of career opportunities. Full-time teaching careers are available for senior faculty members, Professors or Associate Professors, with extensive teaching experience in a U.S., Canadian, European or Caribbean Medical Schools. Full-time junior faculty positions are also available at the Lecturer or Assistant Professor level for persons who have completed postdoctoral training and who are interested in full-time teaching positions. Courses are offered in each of two semesters per year to new, entering, and continuing students. Positions are offered on one to three year contract basis, renewable. Faculty is responsible for course and curriculum development and members are placed on student admission committees, promotions committees, and other academic and administrative committees.
At St. Martinus University, Faculty of Medicine, our mission is to provide a well-balanced, student-centric academic program in medicine that challenges the students to reach their maximum potential of academic success and to serve humanity with compassion, dignity, kindness, humility, and highest level of ethical values. Our Vision:Is to become an academic community that is committed to excellence in education, research and scholarly activities, and patient care.
Our educational goals are as follows:
To offer a well-tailored academic program supported by experienced faculty and staff to develop the students into well-rounded professionals in order to deal with the challenges that life has to offer.
To develop scholarly activities for students and faculty and a student-centric curriculum which will prepare them to lead a successful and rewarding profession.
To maintain an active relationship amongst students, faculty, staff, and the community to help develop a passion for learning while embracing our cultural diversity and unique talents in a safe, challenging, respectful, and nurturing environment.