A Global Education
This is St. George’s University, an educational institution that leads by example. More than 40 years ago, the University broke ground by founding the first truly international center of medical education. Creating this new opportunity gave our charter students, and all those who have followed, the chance to benefit from an international curriculum that not only helps students become doctors, but inspires them to become examples of all the great things medicine can do. To date, St. George’s University has graduated more than 19,000 physicians who have practiced worldwide and whose good works are testaments to this belief.
Graduate Degree Programs
The general policies, procedures, and requirements to earn a master’s degree at St. George’s University follow those of the School of Graduate Studies (SGS) of the University. The specific program in each department is defined by the rules developed within these SGS guidelines by the departmental Graduate Affairs Committee (GAC). The chair of the GAC is responsible for administration of the departmental program. Many departments will offer a research/ thesis program and some may elect to also offer a non-thesis or capstone program. Three graduate degree programs—the MPH, MBA, and MSc in Biomedical Research—are currently offered online. While other degree programs have many courses available online, they are predominately taught in-house.
Dual Degree Programs
St. George’s University School of Medicine offers several paths for medical students to increase their knowledge in one area of medical study while pursuing the Doctor of Medicine degree.
In order to provide select students with different avenues for pursuing their academic career goals, St. George’s University has developed a number of academic partnerships with other institutions of higher learning. These partnerships are designed to expand the number of entry tracks into SGU’s professional programs, and to broaden and enhance the educational experience. In addition, when the guidelines for continuation in these programs are met, they simultaneously serve to streamline the entry process into St. George’s University School of Medicine.
Student Support Services
In accordance with its mission, the University is fully committed to the creation and maintenance of an environment conducive to academic success for all students. A wide range of student academic and nonacademic support services are offered to ensure that the University is in partnership with each student to provide support for success.
St. George’s University’s student organizations are centered on different areas of student life—cultural, religious, social, academic, professional, and community service. The Student Government Association (SGA) is a highly developed and active group that has representation on the Faculty Senate committees of the University. The Office of the Dean of Students, cognizant of the benefits of active student involvement, offers support for more than 50 student organizations in Grenada and for students in clinical rotations. Students seeking additional information on organizations that support the following categories may contact the Office of the Dean of Students.
The following descriptions of the student organizations are provided by the organizations and do not represent the views or policies of St. George’s University. St. George’s University does not discriminate in its support of student organizations.