Explore a campus that can support your ambitions.
Access state-of-the-art facilities and vast educational resources.
SGU students get an experience that educates, inspires, and competes with schools in the US and internationally. We are a full university with a medical school and veterinary school on the same campus – a place where the next generation of leaders in the medical community can come together to learn, innovate, and begin to make a difference. This is part of what has made SGU a leader in the One Health, One Medicine initiative. We give students an opportunity to positively impact global health.
Our $250+ million campus investment has helped us create a flourishing university with more than 65 specialized buildings. Backed by such distinct resources, you can do more than just earn your veterinary credentials. You can enjoy unparalleled educational opportunities that will transform the way you approach veterinary medicine.
Learn and network with students from more than 20 countries.
At SGU, you’ll work alongside talented students who have come from all over the world to study in this Caribbean locale. We have 16 student organizations that allow students to develop specialized insights in fields like exotic wildlife, alternative therapies, pathology, shelter medicine, herpetology, and more. Groups like these will help you develop your professional network in ways your local vet school can’t offer, gain a global perspective on veterinary medicine, and set the stage for a successful career.
A Distinct Network of Affiliated Universities.
In a globalized world, veterinarians must think globally as well. With 31 affiliated schools in the US, UK, Canada, Ireland, and Australia, you can expand your knowledge and distinguish yourself as a veterinarian. This is a chance to build your professional network and enjoy a unique experience as you complete 48 weeks of clinical training in one of these respected institutions.
Danielle Pugliese, DVM
“It’s important to always get the most out of every experience that you have. As much as the academic part of it, going to St. George’s was great because you were exposed to different people and cultures.”
Don’t keep your calling caged in.
Pursue your veterinary path today.
Take the next step toward becoming a veterinarian. Find out how to start your education by seeking additional details. Or begin your application if you’re ready to get started.