Choosing to study medicine is the first step towards an exciting and rewarding career, but carefully choosing where you study can also open up a world of opportunities.
There are a whole host of considerations involved in choosing a medical degree program: the facilities, the faculty, the support services, and more. Your list is even more involved if you’re considering international locations for studying medicine.
St. George’s University, in Grenada, is a top center of international education, and has contributed over 18,000 physicians to the global physician workforce, with students, graduates, and faculty from over 150 countries. They have practiced in every state in the US, as well as in more than 50 countries. So, if you are considering a career in medicine, it’s more than likely you have heard about SGU. But have you heard of Grenada?
You’re certainly not alone in having questions about island life. Trying to dig up information on everything you want to know can be both tricky and time consuming, so we’re making your life easier by compiling answers to some of the most common questions about Grenada and what it’s like to live there, with some comments from SGU Alumni Dr. Roxanne Graham, originally from South Africa, and Jeffrey Bates, Director of Admissions at SGU. Keep reading to learn more about everything from weather to technology while attending Caribbean med school.
You will not want to miss this informative session and having all your questions answered. We look forward to you joining us.
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