There's still time to chase your dream. Apply now for the August 2018 term.
You can become one of over 16,000 SGU doctors practicing in the US and around the world.
Founded 40 years ago, St. George’s University pioneered the concept of international medical education and remains at the forefront of educating students to meet the demands of modern medical practice. In fact, SGU has placed more than 900 graduates (and counting) into US residencies in 2018. Join a network of over 16,000 SGU graduates practicing in all 50 US States and over 50 countries around the globe.
US residencies in 2018 (and counting). For the third year in a row, SGU has secured more residency positions than any medical school in the world.*
Of eligible US 2017 graduates who applied for a postgraduate position obtained one at the time of graduation.**
International provider of physicians practicing in the US—the most of any non-US medical school.**
Dedicated residency match team.
Our Match Strategy Team in our Office of Career Guidance works with students from day one to provide the tools, resources and direction they need to facilitate their postgraduate success.
More than 70 affiliated clinical sites.
SGU has an extensive network of affiliated hospitals in the US, UK, Canada and Grenada, where students can complete their clinical training. Experience forward-thinking preparation for practicing medicine across today's evolving world.
Approved for US DOE loans.
SGU is one of the few international medical schools recognized by the US Department of Education to administer student loans for qualified US students.
Kimberly Lally, MD, SGU '14
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
“SGU provides you with all the resources you need to become a successful medical student and land the residency of your choice. What you do with those resources is your decision. If you study hard and work hard, it will absolutely pay off in the end.”
A Grenada medical school with a global perspective.
*According to published information as of March 2018.
**According to an article in the Journal of Medical Regulation, “A Census of Actively Licensed Physicians in the United States,” 2016, vol. 103.No 2.