Last updated on December 2nd, 2021


St. George’s University School of Medicine provides a diverse, multicultural and international environment that empowers students to learn the medical knowledge, clinical skills and professional behaviors to participate in healthcare delivery to people across the world.


The Four-Year MD program curriculum is dynamic and innovative. The program consists of a 157-week curriculum divided into 10 terms. The school offers students the option to choose different schedules. Students can complete the program in four years. Students have the option to extend the program to a maximum duration of six years for no additional tuition if they wish to do research, take extra time to study or decide to experience additional clinical rotations. During the first two years, students study Basic Principles of Medicine (BPM) and Principles of Clinical Medicine (PCM) on the True Blue campus in Grenada. Students are also given the option to enroll in the St. George’s University School of Medicine/Northumbria University Four-Year MD Program (SGU/NU Program), which offers the same first year curriculum as that delivered on campus in Grenada at Northumbria University in the United Kingdom. During the last two clinical years, students train at the University’s clinical centers and affiliated hospitals in the United States and the United Kingdom.