School of Veterinary Programs

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine


SGU’s School of Veterinary Medicine offers its students exceptional veterinary education and unique clinical opportunities. The veterinary medical program is composed of the three-year preveterinary medical program and the four-year veterinarian degree program. In addition to the traditional DVM program, SGU offers preveterinary entry points for students of education systems around the world. Whether you are a student with a traditional baccalaureate degree or you hold other advanced training, there is a clear path for you in our 4-, 5-, 6-, and 7-year program entry points. More Details ›
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Global Veterinary Medicine Track

The Global Veterinary Health (GVH) track provides our Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) students with a One Health One Medicine experience, conducted in a variety of international settings, embracing the School of Veterinary Medicine’s goal to think beyond. More Details ›
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Doctor of Veterinary Medicine/Master of Science (DVM/MSc)


The Doctor of Veterinary Medicine/Master of Science dual-degree program gives veterinary medical students the opportunity to conduct active and original bench and/or field research in:anatomical pathology; anatomy; bacteriology; clinical pathology; marine medicine; parasitology; pharmacology; virology; and wildlife conservation medicine. More Details ›
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Doctor of Veterinary Medicine/Master of Public Health (DVM/MPH)


Our dual DVM/MPH degree helps develop skilled veterinary public health experts who understand the connections between animal and human health. Earning a veterinary public health degree along with a DVM can open career opportunities for positions in the public sector. More Details ›
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Doctor of Veterinary Medicine/MBA in Multi-Sector Health Management (DVM/MBA)


Earning your DVM/MBA in Multi-Sector Health Management positions you to manage the complexities of modern animal health care delivery. The program is designed specifically to equip veterinary professionals with management and executive perspective to better lead organizations, in both the public and private sectors, with special emphasis on international environments. More Details ›
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Veterinary Science PhD

Prepare for a career in veterinarian research or education

SGU’s veterinary medicine PhD program helps you gain in-depth insight in both basic and clinical problems within animal medicine research and veterinary practice. Choose an academic focus area for subject mastery in both theoretical knowledge and practical application. More Details ›
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Featured SVM Faculty

St. George's University, one of the premier Caribbean Medical Schools, has over 1,800 campus based and clinical faculty service the student body and Faculty members with professorial rank have terminal degrees – a PhD, an MD or equivalent, or both.

Meet SGU’s faculty members who inspire students from around the world in the classroom and through their research.

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SVM Scholarships

A variety of partial and full-tuition scholarship awards are available based on academic excellence and/or need.

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Fill out the form to connect with SGU about your future veterinary medicine education. One of our current students or admission advisors will reach out and give you more information about our vet med programs.

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St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine Mission

The mission of St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine is to provide an internationally- and multispecies-based veterinary medical education with worldwide practice application through high quality undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs, community service, diversity, and exposure to biomedical and translational research. We are guided by a One Health/One Medicine philosophy, strengthened by campus-wide collaborations with human medicine, animal and life sciences, and other health professions.

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