The St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine prepares students for the world of animal health care and its effect on global health. Our Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree is accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Education (AVMA COE), which means SGU graduates are fully eligible to seek licensure in the USA and Canada without further steps other than successfully passing the NAVLE.
Students gain valuable hands-on experience in veterinary surgery and other skills prior to their final-year clinical training at one of SGUSVM’s affiliated schools of veterinary medicine in the US, UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia, and Grenada. In addition to a state-of-the-art large-animal facility and marine station, the SGU Small Animal Clinic helps local pets live longer through vaccination services, deworming, and parasite management. The clinic serves more than 1,200 residents and handles close to 200 patients each week.
In two decades, we have graduated more than 1,200 veterinarians into the global health care system who prove that excellence knows no boundaries.
COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN
Our international students come to SGU from all over the world, bringing rich cultural diversity and unique perspectives.
Experience clinical training during your final year at one of 29 universities and clinical facilities in the US, UK, Canada, Ireland, Grenada, and Australia.
Surf & Turf
GAIN A DEPTH OF EXPERIENCE
You’ll cover a lot of ground at SGU —and some water, too. Our veterinarian program gives you hands-on training in both terrestrial and aquatic animals.
Representing more than 15 countries of origin, SGU’s veterinary school instructors provide intensive training, unique animal experiences, and an understanding of the variety of human cultures served.
Gain comprehensive training in a variety of clinical specialty areas such as orthopedics, cardiology, ophthalmology, anesthesiology, immunology, diagnostic imaging, and pathology, among others.
ON-CAMPUS VETERINARY STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
Make social connections with other veterinary students while gaining specialized insights through lectures, demonstrations, and wet labs. Exotic wildlife, alternative therapies,pathology, shelter medicine, herpetology —there is something for every interest!
Meet SGU’s world-class faculty members who inspire students from around the world in the classroom and through their research.
Fill out the form to connect with SGU about your future veterinary medicine education. One of our current students or admission advisors will reach out and give you more information about our vet med programs.
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