Doctor of Medicine Program: Pathway to Residency Match
Students enrolled in our Four-Year Doctor of Medicine program spend two years studying the basic sciences, followed by access to clinical training opportunities at over 70 affiliated hospitals and clinical centers in the United States, United Kingdom, and Grenada.
Entry points are available for students from any education system around the world—including a four-year program for those entering with a traditional baccalaureate degree, and five-, six-, and seven-year MD pathways for those entering with undergraduate degrees.
One MD Degree Program, Four Locations
St. George’s University is truly an international institution, not only with its diverse student body and faculty but the unique opportunity for students to begin their medical education in Grenada, the United Kingdom, or India. The three paths feature the same curriculum and provide a strong foundation for SGU’s future physicians. The last two years have the option of doing clinical rotations either in the US or the UK.
FAQs About Doctor of Medicine (MD) Program
Do SGU medical students match into residency programs?
SGU is the largest provider of doctors into first year US residencies. Our graduates place into multiple specialties, and SGU is proud to contribute more doctors into residency program in the US than any other school. Learn more about our success with residency and matching.
What universities do your medical school students come from?
Our incoming students come from top universities from all over the world. Take a look at our top feeder schools.
Is the application process difficult?
SGU medical school has made our application process simple and streamlined for your convenience! We offer online applications, as well as multiple start dates throughout the year to accommodate your schedule. Learn more about how the SGU medical school application works.
Are the scholarship opportunities for Med Students from Canada?
For MD applicants from Canada, there are scholarship opportunities. The Canada Scholarship offers partial tuition awards to Canadian citizens/permanent residents who exhibit academic excellence, demonstrate financial need, and are dedicated to the enhancement of medical care systems. These awards are grants-in-aid and do not have to be repaid.