Thank you for reading. Look my honest opinion and reality is that if you can get into a medical school somewhere in the States or Canada, even if its the worst medical school you should go there. Coming to Caribbean should be your 2nd choice, you are very early in your undergrad right now so make you goal to work hard towards getting into a US/Canada medical school. If by chance you are not able to get in then carribean school should be your 2nd option. See US and Canada medical school are going with the system, we on the other hand are trying to get into the system by taking USMLE and trying to do better than the US medical school students.
Offcourse, the standard of education is no where close to as medical schools in US or Canada, they have alot more funds and many more facilities, but the school is trying its best; still the education you would get there would be alot more beneficial and effective compared to down here.
The school basically gives you a 2nd chance to become a doctor and write the USMLE or MCEE (i think) for Canada but you need to do better than the normal students in order for hospitals to give you residency but even then its very hard to get the high level residencies.
Regarding the competitive position, this is the list posted on the school website so you can check it out
Well hope the information helps.
Best of luck
Med Stu Life