The Doctor of Medicine (MD) Program at St. George’s University School of Medicine has been Accredited and/or Approved by many external Bodies, perhaps more than any program in medicine in the world.
St. George’s University Master of Public Health Degree has been Accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH).
SGU School of Medicine (SGUSOM) has been reviewed and approved by the following bodies internationally.
Saint George’s University graduates have also gained registration with medical licensing authorities in the following countries
|Great Britain||Greece||Hong Kong|
|Sierra Leone||South Africa||Sri Lanka|
||Trinidad and Tobago
|Lebanon||United Arab Emirates||Grenada|
|British Virgin Islands||Nigeria|
U.S. Department of Education
In 1996, the U.S. Department of Education reviewed the standards of medical education in 30 countries for the purpose of conferring student loans. Grenada was one of four countries approved during the initial review: the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada were the other three. Other countries have subsequently been approved.
World Health Organization
St. George's University School of Medicine is listed with the World Health Organization.
The School of Veterinary Medicine is fully authorized by the government of Grenada to confer the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree upon those candidates who successfully complete its academic requirements.
St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine is listed by the American Veterinary Medical Association and our graduates qualify for entrance into the Educational Commission for Foreign Veterinary Graduates (ECFVG) or the Program for the Assessment of Veterinary Education Equivalence (PAVE) certification programs. For more information on the ECFVG certification program please visit www.avma.org and for the PAVE program please visit www.aavsb.org.
Broad-based training programs offer exposure to the art of veterinary medicine that was especially designed for its international student body. Each student determines the individual government entry requirements in the country or state where they intend to practice.