St. George's University School of Medicine was founded in 1976 as an independent school of medicine. It has turned into a top center for education with students and faculty from over 140 countries. St. George is located on the Caribbean Island of Grenada, in the West Indies.
"St. George's University holds to these truths: Our highest purpose is education and there is no better education that one that is truly international. We are committed to developing intellectual capacity, creativity, and professionalism of our students, immersing them in the rich diversity of human experience and aspirations. As a result, they are prepared to shape the future of our world while adding to the knowledge base of human kind."
The School of Medicine are accredited and approved by a number of external bodies. This allows St. George's School of Medicine students access to federal loans, access to licensing exams, and the opportunity to apply for licensure to practice in the U.S.
"Diversity Is In the University's Core DNA"-St.George's Website
Diversity is a foundational core value for St.George's University and they are committed to ensuring fair and equitable treatment for all races, cultures, creeds and gender identities.
The Doctor of Medicine program at St. George’s University, the premier Caribbean medical school located in beautiful Grenada, opens doors for a medical career on an international scale. They have a 4-year, 5-year, 6-year and 7-year MD program.
US residencies in 2021. The #1 provider into first-year US residencies for the last 12 years combines.
School of Medicine Graduates who have entered a global healthcare system.
USMILE Step 1 pass rate for first-time takers over the last three years.
USMILE Step 2 pass rate for the first-time test takers over the last three years.