St. George’s University’s network of over 18,000 School of Medicine graduates have practiced in all 50 US States 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 1,080 US residencies in 2021.*Request Information
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.ADMISSIONS Q&A
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.
Our 42-acre Grenada campus is
purpose-built for a safe, comfortable
learning environment, with all of the
amenities you’d find at home.
Student wellness is at the heart
of our campus with a brand new
8400 sq ft fitness center, a 24-hour
medical clinic, and round-the-clock
Don’t wait to start your journey toward becoming a doctor. We offer rolling admissions for our January, April and August classes.
Find out how to start medical school by filling out this form. One of our current students or admission officers will contact you and provide additional information.
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Will the August 2021 term start in person or online?
All students in the School of Medicine will be welcomed back to in-person learning on campus in Grenada for the August term.
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, COVID-19 vaccinations will be required for all students, faculty, staff, and administrators on campus. 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 virtual learning be an option?
While our expectation is that all students will eventually return to campus, we also recognize that the pandemic, travel, and vaccination delivery is an evolving situation. Although our goal is to return all students to in-person learning as quickly as possible, we will be reasonable in our consideration of exceptions to in-person education and temporary use of online education for the fall term.
An option for continued online learning will be made available under the following circumstances:
- Lack of access to vaccinations in the country where you currently reside
- Lack of travel visas, passports, and flights from some countries
- Other situations, hardships, and reasons that may require students to remain online for the August term.
Information on how to request the temporary online pathway will be available in the weeks ahead.
We remain committed to providing students with all the resources and support needed to be successful, and to remaining flexible regarding the in-person learning requirement and the dates of arrival in Grenada through the fall.
We are devoted to helping our students so that no student loses time or progress on their education.
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.
You can start our MD program this August, 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.