In this program, students will begin their studies at Monmouth University. After successfully completing four (4) years of undergraduate study and earning a Bachelor of Science degree at MU, qualified students who satisfy all respective admission requirements will proceed to Grenada and enter the first year of St. George’s University School of Medicine or St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine. Qualified medical students will be eligible to complete the first two (2) years of medical study in Grenada and the final two (2) years of this combined program in clinical rotations at affiliated hospitals in the U.S. and/or the U.K. Qualified veterinary students will be eligible to complete the first three (3) years of veterinary study in Grenada and their final clinical year at affiliated veterinary schools in the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia, or Ireland.
Undergraduate students must express interest in one of the combined degree programs at time of application to Monmouth University. MU and SGU will select candidates based on criteria and conduct undergraduate interviews. The eligible medical student will maintain a GPA of at least 3.4 while at MU and a score of 25 or higher on the MCAT. For the veterinary student, a GPA of 3.1 must be maintained while at MU, as well as a score of at least 300 (combined verbal reasoning and quantitative reasoning) on the GRE. Additionally, all qualified MU students must meet all admission criteria of SGU School of Medicine and SGU School of Veterinary Medicine, including a successful interview with St. George’s University.
Students apply to this joint program from high school. There is no cap on the number of students who can be accepted. There is no binding commitment for the student to attend SGU once accepted into the program. They may choose to apply and enter another school, if accepted. For more information on St. George’s University, please visit their Web site at http://www.sgu.edu.