A preveterinary program training adapted to your academic background.
The 7-year preveterinary entry point into our Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree program is designed for high-performing students who are ready to prepare for a career in veterinary medicine.
During this first year of the St. George’s University preveterinary track, your coursework focuses on fundamental science education in chemistry and biology.
SGU’s 7-year entry point offers a solid foundation to prepare you for the rigorous veterinary medicine education experienced during the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree program.
Dual BSc/DVM Degree Option
By entering SGU’s 7-year preveterinary program, you may be eligible to earn a Bachelor of Science on your way to completing your Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. The BSc/DVM option allow you to complete your undergraduate degree in three years of undergraduate and preveterinary medical courses.
Program Entry Qualifications
Passes in GCSE Ordinary Levels (or the equivalent) in mathematics, science, biology, chemistry, English, and at least one other subject.
High school diploma (or the equivalent) with a strong GPA in science and SAT scores.
At a Glance
Admission Deadline Three months before beginning of term
Next Start Date for First Term August 16, 2017 (Mandatory Orientation)
Time to Completion 7 years
221 credits + 1 year of clinical training
Years 1 – 6: Grenada
Year 7: US, UK, Canada, Australia, Ireland, or Grenada
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