St. George’s University, Grenada, has opened their January intake for aspiring medical students. The university offers a rolling admissions process with first-term classes starting in January 2022, giving prospective students a further opportunity to kick-start their medical education without losing out on an academic year.
Future doctors that join SGU’s January 2022 cohort will be a part of a smaller class size, which makes it easier for students to adjust better to the rigours of the medical school during their first term. Students are also allowed flexibility in scheduling their clinical rotations when opting for a January start and will have additional time to prepare for residency. There is also an increased opportunity for 1:1 exposure to resident directors for students in the January 2022 class.
SGU School of Medicine has three intakes per year to give added flexibility for students to join when they are ready to start medical school
“We have a great option to start medical school at the beginning of 2022, for students who may not have been able to start at the beginning of the academic year. Our January 2022 class is an opportunity for students to get started in the New Year” says Amy Lobl, Recruitment Director for St. George’s University in MENA. “Our rolling admissions are just one of the ways we support our students on their journey to becoming a doctor” Amy 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 behaviours to participate in healthcare delivery to people across the world, the January intake allows students to embark on this journey sooner.