St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine offers broad-based, contemporary programming especially designed for its international student body. Three years of study are completed on site in Grenada and a final year at an accredited affiliated school in North America or beyond. Upon graduation, each student determines the individual government entry requirements in the country or state where they intend to practice.
This website provides information on the accreditation process and specific information on how the SGU community maintains standards of education.
AVMA COE Accreditation
The St. George’s University Doctor of Veterinary Medicine is fully accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Education (AVMA COE). Our graduates are fully eligible to seek licensure in the United States and Canada without further steps other than successfully passing the NAVLE. US students are eligible for federal loans.
The next comprehensive evaluation will occur in 2018.
In compliance with the American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Education’s Standard number 6…”Each accredited college must provide a mechanism for students, anonymously if they wish, to offer suggestions, comments, and complaints regarding compliance of the college with the Standards for accreditation. A suggestion box is located at the entrance of Ray and Jan Sis Hall.
The North American Licensure Examination Scores for SGUSVM students
for the past 5 years average over 89%.
Government of Grenada Accreditation Board
The Government of Grenada continued the accreditation of St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. 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.
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