Throughout the year we host many events to get to know SGU in major cities around the world. Choose the one that is right for you!
Each session includes an in-depth 60-minute presentation by one of our administrators, followed by a Q&A panel with our current students and graduates.
Speak face-to-face with SGU alumni and administration to get a firsthand account of what life is like at St. George’s University. With a multiple rooms set up, students have the opportunity to attend a short presentation, make an appointment to review their application with their admission counselor, speak to a financial aid representative, and/or chat one-on-one with our current students and graduates—all in one place. We even have a room for parents and significant others to get to know SGU. We realize everyone is at a different stage in their application process and we invite students to move through all of the rooms, or just pick and choose what best suits their needs.
In 2018, St. George’s University placed more than 900 students and graduates into first-year residency positions in the US and Canada. Join us at one of our Match Tour events around the country and meet newly matched SGU graduates. Set up like our face-to-face events, you’ll have the opportunity to speak with these graduates who are excited to share their experiences, especially since they remember how it was when they were just starting their journey to become doctors. Admissions staff will also be at the event to answer questions about SGU or your individual situation. Come join us to hear first-hand how our graduates matched in the US.
Log on and learn about St. George’s University from anywhere in the world. These web-based information sessions include a brief 30-minute presentation by one of our administrators as well as live chat and Q&A with current students and graduates. We scheduled our webinars to accommodate different time zones and regions around the world. Students are welcome to attend any of the webinars listed below as each will include an overview of the University and the specified degree program. Note the regional webinars will have information and statistics about our students and graduates specific to that region. View Webinar List
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