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As a UK student wishing to achieve the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at SGU, you have various options, depending on your academic background and professional aspirations.
You may enter the preveterinary programme during one of three preveterinary years, or go directly into the four-year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree programme.
The preveterinary programme is designed to provide students with the foundation to handle the rigorous coursework necessary to achieve a veterinary degree, and is delivered at our Grenada campus. Students from the UK with strong passes at A Level will typically only need to complete the final year of this programme before progressing to the four-year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree programme.
Requiring a BSc for entry, students who undertake the four-year Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree programme spend three years on a mixture of didactic coursework in basic sciences and introductory clinical work in medicine and surgery in Grenada, with hands-on training beginning in year one. This is followed by a fourth year of clinical training at one of 29 affiliated veterinary schools around the world, which include two of the seven UK veterinary schools.
We also offer dual degree programs providing students with the opportunity to study public health or to pursue an MSc in research with concentration in anatomical pathology, anatomy, bacteriology, marine medicine, morphological and clinical pathology, parasitology, pharmacology, virology, or wildlife conservation medicine, while pursuing their veterinary medical education.
CEPH accredited public health programme
Our dual DVM/MPH degree offers many career opportunities for today’s growing demands for Veterinary Public Health experts.
In Multi-Sector Health Management
This combination will enable students to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to run an efficient and compassionate practice.
In International Business
This combination will provide students the opportunity to build on their career, enhance managerial skills and knowledge and gain international experience and competency.
Master of Science
For veterinary students with a desire to become involved with original, thesis-oriented research and provides students with additional credentials when seeking careers in specific areas of advanced medical research.
The University of Nottingham, one of Britain's most sought-after universities, and St. George's University have joined forces to actively assist students interested in pursuing veterinary medicine. Within the structure of the arrangement, successful completion of the requisite course work will allow students to gain direct entry into the first year of the four-year veterinary medicine programme at St. George's University (SGU).
The fourth year of the St. George’s University veterinary curriculum is delivered at our affiliated School of Veterinary Medicines in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, the Republic of Ireland and Australia.
At these affiliated universities students will complete 48 weeks of clinical training alongside veterinary students currently enrolled at these universities. Upon successful completion of the fourth year, students will graduate from St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine.
While SGUSVM will do everything possible to give students their preference of a fourth year seat, we cannot guarantee placement in any particular affiliated university.
Full Veterinary Medicine programme information including courses, clinical centre & university list, available selectives and faculty is available on www.sgu.edu
Call us on 0800 1699061 ext. 1380 and you can speak to SGU students or graduates to find out what it is really like to study with us. Also our admission advisors can talk you through all your options, or point you towards further advice and assistance, and to help you decide on the best route for you. Call Now!