Founded as an independent School of Medicine in 1976, St. George’s University opened its doors to students beginning in January 1977.
St. George’s University holds to these truths: Our highest purpose is education and there is no better education than one that is truly international. We are committed to developing the intellectual capacity, creativity, and professionalism of our students, immersing them in the rich diversity of human experience and aspiration. As a result, they are prepared to shape the future of our world while adding to the knowledge base of humankind.
St. George’s University provides a well-rounded experience for its students, including by offering a wealth of research opportunities on campus. Our unique location and variety of dual degree programs provide unique research opportunities in areas such as medical public health, anthropology, ecology, marine and terrestrial biology, ethics, and more. Additionally, One Health One Medicine, the convergence of human, animal, and ecosystem health, is of particular interest on our unique campus which is home to both a medical and veterinary medical school.
The Student Life Centre is the place to go for all student matters. Our team of advisers offer you support with a wide range of aspects of student life, from student finance and fees to exams, wellbeing and campus facilities.
We offer access to a wide range of information resources to support your learning, teaching, research and practice. You can find e-books, books, ournals and more using Hunter. To find more material, we provide access to specialist healthcare databases and search engines.
University Health Services (UHS) provides support to the University community: students, faculty, administrative staff members, and families. The UHS provides a wide variety of services, from primary health care to off-hours urgent care.
Students begin their academic studies at the stunning True Blue campus, which rises atop a peninsula in the southwest corner of Grenada and is a beautiful combination of Georgian architecture visually enhanced with vivid Caribbean colors.
A recent major building campaign resulted in more than 65 new buildings that are spread across the vibrant seaside location. The campus is always expanding to keep up with the latest technologies and to provide students with the best learning environment.
St. George’s University student organizations are centered on different areas of student life: cultural, religious, social, academic, professional, and community service.
Accredited by the Government of Grenada