Become a Clinical Tutor and Become Part of the Success that is St. George’s

Clinical Tutor Opportunities in Basic Sciences at St. George’s University School of Medicine in Grenada

This exciting opportunity for young medical doctors from around the world—who plan to work toward obtaining postgraduate residency programs in North America and the UK—provides recent graduates with a chance to improve basic sciences knowledge while earning income as a clinical tutor on the beautiful island of Grenada in the Caribbean.

The Clinical Tutor Teaching and Research Fellowship Program involves mentoring small group sessions in the teaching labs and assisting in developing test items. Various courses like pathology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, anatomy, histology, neurosciences, physiology, biochemistry, bioethics, and clinical skills use clinical tutors in their program..

Currently more than 100 clinical tutors are participating in this program and more than 100 have already have moved on to residency programs in the US, UK and other countries after excelling in the required exams. Recruitment for these positions is ongoing, with start dates in January and August. The salary structure is very competitive.

Requirements include graduation from a recognized medical school/college; two years of clinical experience under supervision, including a rotating internship of one year; good communication skills in English; registration at your local medical council; and three professional references.

Apply today for a clinical tutor position at St. Georges University School of Medicine, an international leader in the field of medical education.

To apply or for additional details, please contact Faculty Recruitment Officer Ms. Terrie Rodrigues at or Director Dr. Shivayogi Bhusnurmath at