Huge news for DIFC students looking to study Medicine at St George’s University Grenada!
DIFC students who successfully complete our Medicine pathway and receive a guaranteed offer* to the 5-year Doctor of Medicine at St. George’s University Grenada will be eligible for a scholarship of up to $90,000! This represents about 25% of your Medical degree fees.
*subject to interview and meeting entry requirements
St George’s University Grenada (SGU) is located on the Caribbean island of Grenada in the West Indies. It was founded as an independent School of Medicine in 1976 and has since evolved into a top center of international education, drawing students and faculty from 140 countries. Students attending SGU enjoy the benefits of a thriving multicultural environment on campus, offering all the amenities and technologically advanced facilities of a world-class institution.
The Medicine pathway consists of the IFY Health Science stream (Biology, Chemistry, Maths for Science, and EAP) and provides a unique pathway to study Medicine with leading Medical universities across the world. The programme offered by DIFC excels in supporting students through the medical school application process. In particular, students receive:
- Tailored guidance on developing a personal statement
- Advice on mapping out transferrable skills which are needed for a medical career
- Mock multi-mini interview session
- Preparation for medical entry exams and interviews
At DIFC we will guarantee you: a dedicated team of staff that will help you through every step of your application and make sure you are fully prepared for all admission requirements.
DIFC also hosts a university fair each February to give students to opportunity to meet with university partners and learn more about their programme offerings, admissions processes and scholarships available.
With SGU, Grenada, Gain Clinical experience with international partners
St. George’s University School of Medicine isn’t just a top Caribbean medical university: they have developed long-standing relationships with many hospital and clinical center partners in the US, UK. These trusted connections allow students to gain a breadth of knowledge with different patient populations in a variety of environments and gain valuable international experience.
A student who makes full use of all the clinical opportunities at SGU will graduate having experienced medicine as it is practiced and taught in Grenada, the United States, and the United Kingdom.
In 1999, St. George’s medical school inaugurated a system of clinical centers to add to its already impressive list of affiliated hospitals. A clinical center is defined as a hospital, or group of hospitals, able to provide at least four or five core rotations and train 80 to 100 students at all times, while providing sub-internships, primary care rotations and electives.
Why Choose St George’s University Grenada?
- Graduates have gained registration with medical licensing authorities in over 50 countries worldwide
- Offers 16 different medical specialties
The most up to date list of options open to students at St George’s University Grenada can be found here!
An overview of St. George’s University’s School of Medicine.