School of Medicine Admission

St. George's University School of Medicine offers a range of entry options for applicants of all ages and academic qualifications.

4-Year MD Program
Students with an undergraduate degree with strong science foundation are elegible for direct entry into the four-year Doctor of Medicine (MD) program. Applicants from North America must also submit MCAT scores…more

Seven-, Six-, and Five-Year MD Program
Applicants wishing to achieve the Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree who do not meet the admission requirements for direct entry into the four-year program may apply for admission to the seven-, six-, or five-year program. Depending on the country of origin and academic background, a student will enter the premedical phase for a period of one to three years, with the full medical program ranging from five to seven years, depending upon the individual’s point of entry…more

Dual Degree Programs
Students interested in the BS/MD degree must submit an application to the Office of the University Registrar and the Office of Premedical Sciences during their first term of enrollment.

Students applying to the dual graduate degree programs must first meet the admission requirements for the Doctor of Medicine program. more

Master of Public Health
St. George's University now participates in the Schools of Public Health Applications Service (SOPHAS)–the centralized application service for school accredited by the Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH). Candidates interested in an MPH degree must have an undergraduate degree and work experience…more

Graduate and Dual Degree Programs
Candidates interested in a graduate program must complete and submit the School of Medicine application form and include the Graduate Addendum…more