St. George’s University, Grenada, in association with Ramaiah Group of Institutions, Bengaluru, is Accepting Applications from Aspiring Medical Students for their September 2022 Intake
New Delhi: St. George’s University, Grenada, in association with the Ramaiah Group of Institutions, Bengaluru, has announced it is accepting applications for entry to its September 2022 class from prospective medical students.
SGU, in association with Ramaiah, offers a 5-Year Medical Degree Pathway where students can complete their first year of the pathway in India, the second year either at Northumbria University in the UK, or at SGU’s True Blue campus in Grenada, the third year in Grenada, and the last two years doing their clinical rotations either in the US or in the UK. This gives students a chance to begin their journey into the professional medical field in a familiar environment and build strong and lasting relationships with other students before moving abroad together for their second year.
On successful completion of the 5-Year Medical Degree Pathway, eligible graduates will be awarded a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree by SGU. In addition, eligible students have the opportunity to obtain other international medical qualifications such as a Certificate of Higher Education in Medical Sciences from the Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences (on finishing their first year), and a Bachelor of Medical Sciences with Honors, from Northumbria University (on successfully completing the third year).
“This is a great opportunity and pathway for students who aspire to become a doctor in the US or UK. During this pathway, students will have the opportunity to experience 4 different countries and their healthcare systems in India, the UK, Grenada, and the US”, says Dr. Sudha Suresh, Associate Dean,
Ramaiah International Medical School, Bangalore.
Both Ramaiah group of Institutions and SGU provide an international and diverse environment to empower students and enter the professional healthcare space as proficient doctors all over the world.