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If you’re the kind of person who has what it takes for a career in medicine, then we have the state-of-the-art facilities and the world-class training to help you become an MD.

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#1

Provider of new physicians into first-year US residencies

Data as of September 2020

95%

USMLE Step 1 pass rate for first-time test takers over the last three years1

1Based on the latest 3 years of available data: Average of 2018, 2019, 2020 scores

92%

USMLE Step 2 pass rate for first-time test takers over the last three years1

1Based on the latest 3 years of available data: Average of 2019, 2020, 2021 scores

19k

SGU School of Medicine graduates in the US and around the world who are part of a strong alumni network

We Are Here To Help You Build The Future You Dream About

St. George’s University’s has a network of over 19,000 School of Medicine graduates around the world. They establish themselves in rewarding careers and have impacted the health and wellness of our global community.

Accredited And Approved

St. George’s University and its School of Medicine are accredited and approved by a number of external bodies. These accreditations allow eligible St. George’s University School of Medicine students access to federal loans, access to take their licensing exams, and the opportunity to apply for licensure to practice in the US.

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Accredited And Approved

St. George’s University and its School of Medicine are accredited and approved by a number of external bodies. These accreditations allow eligible St. George’s University School of Medicine students access to federal loans, access to take their licensing exams, and the opportunity to apply for licensure to practice in the US.

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Residency Results

St. George’s University’s network of over 19,000 School of Medicine graduates have practiced in all 50 US States (including all US News and World Report top 20 US hospitals) and more than 50 countries around the world. They establish themselves in rewarding careers and have impacted the health and wellness of our global community.

No other medical school in the world provides more new doctors to the US healthcare system. Over 1,090 US residencies in 2021.
(Data as July 2021)

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Residency Results

St. George’s University’s network of over 19,000 School of Medicine graduates have practiced in all 50 US States (including all US News and World Report top 20 US hospitals) and more than 50 countries around the world. They establish themselves in rewarding careers and have impacted the health and wellness of our global community.

No other medical school in the world provides more new doctors to the US healthcare system. Over 1,090 US residencies in 2021.
(Data as July 2021)

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SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS

To assist with the cost of tuition, we have recently expanded our awards portfolio for new students. Incoming students are now eligible for more than one award.

Visit our scholarship page to see all available opportunities.

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SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS

To assist with the cost of tuition, we have recently expanded our awards portfolio for new students. Incoming students are now eligible for more than one award.

Visit our scholarship page to see all available opportunities.

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8 QUESTIONS OUR SGU ADMISSIONS TEAM HEARS THE MOST

Now that you’ve done some initial research into SGU, you’re probably ready to dig deeper. Perhaps you want to know more about the clinical training program. Or maybe you’re curious about what it’s like living in Grenada.

No matter which question tops your list, we can answer it.

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Surprising Facts

10 SURPRISING FACTS ABOUT THE SGU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

It’s important to choose a medical school that provides the education and support you need to thrive as a physician. Keep reading to find out what else you can expect at St. George’s University.

Our stats and success may surprise you.

Surprising Facts

YOUR DREAM OF BECOMING A DOCTOR IS WITHIN REACH.

Don’t wait to start your journey toward becoming a doctor. We offer rolling admissions for our January, April, and August classes.

If you are just beginning your journey, find out how to start medical school by requesting more information below.

If you are ready to apply, begin the SGU online application or upload your AMCAS or AACOMAS below.

One of our current students or admission officers will contact you with additional information.

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WHY WAIT

You can start our MD program this January, and if you’re subsequently accepted and enroll into an MD or DO program at a US or Canadian medical school the following fall, we’ll refund your SGU tuition and administrative fees.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Will the April 2022 term start in person or online?
Students in all schools will be welcomed to in-person learning on campus in Grenada for the April term. While our expectation is that all students will eventually return to campus, we recognize that some students may be unable to obtain full vaccination and/or booster status prior to April and will, therefore, consider requests for students to start or remain online for the April term. We also realize that visa/passport access is limited in some parts of the world and will consider requests to remain online for these students as well. While our goal is to return all students to in-person learning as quickly as possible, we will be very reasonable in our consideration of exceptions for the April term. 

Are students required to have the COVID-19 vaccine and the COVID-19 vaccine booster?
Our priority is protecting the health of our students, and that of the Grenada community, by preventing the spread of the disease. As part of our plan for a safe return to campus life, all students, faculty, staff, administrators, and visitors on campus are required to be fully COVID-19 vaccinated and receive a booster vaccination when eligible in order to gain access to our campus. Those who are not eligible to receive a vaccine booster must receive one within seven days of becoming eligible. 

We urge all students who have an opportunity to get fully vaccinated to do so as soon as possible. We remain committed to providing you with all the resources and support needed to be successful. 

Will online virtual learning be an option?
Lectures will be in-person on-campus for students in Grenada. All lectures will use a live online delivery via Zoom for students unable to return to Grenada. The sessions will also be recorded and made available after the lecture finishes. Additionally, Panopto will be used to generate new lecture recordings as backups, which can be used in the event of a technical failure when the live online delivery lecture is running. Students in Grenada are expected to attend classes in-person.  

I do not have an MCAT score. Can I still apply for the April 2022 term?
All North American applicants (US and Canadian) must submit an MCAT score as part of their application for the April 2022 term and for future terms after April 2022. (The University’s MCAT code is 21303.) 

When is the MCAT being administered?
The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) selects about 20 MCAT test dates each year, and they are all between the months of January through September to fit in the US medical school application cycle. To see the dates and to register for the exam, please visit the US MCAT calendar on the AAMC website.  


For more information on the upcoming term, please visit our FAQ page.

For more information about SGU’s School of Medicine, please visit our FAQ page.

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