St. George’s University School of Medicine in Grenada, West Indies, is Accepting Applications from Aspiring Medical Students for its August 2022 Intake
Following the success of its January 2022 cohort application window, SGU School of Medicine’s August 2022 intake is accepting inquiries from students in India looking to become a doctor in the US or UK
St. George’s University, Grenada, has announced it is accepting applications for its August 2022 intake from prospective medical students from the South Asia region. With the university’s January admissions program now closed, prospective students still have the opportunity to kick-start their medical education at the start of the next academic year.
The institution currently runs three intakes per year – in January, April and August – offering students of each cohort various advantages. Those joining in August benefit from alignment with the global academic year, as well as immersion in the medical school program following completion of their final exams, and receiving results during the summer. Students can opt to start their journey to becoming a doctor at the True Blue campus in Grenada in August, or slightly later in September, when taking the UK or India pathways on offer at SGU.
“Our multiple intakes give added flexibility to prospective students looking to begin their medical education with us during 2022, and we are looking forward to receiving applications from students located in India to join over 600 SGU current students and graduates from South Asia” says Bharat Ghadia, Recruitment Director for St. George’s University in South Asia. “Our rolling admissions give a number of intake options throughout the academic year, leading to clinical rotation opportunities at over 75 leading hospitals and health centers in the US and UK, showing how SGU support’s our students on their journey to becoming a doctor” Bharat concludes.
St. George’s University School of Medicine provides a diverse, multicultural and international environment that empowers students to learn the medical knowledge, clinical skills and professional behaviors to participate in healthcare delivery to people across the world.