Save the Date: SGU to Host Virtual Public Health Conference on November 6 and 7

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Save the Date: SGU to Host Virtual Public Health Conference

St. George’s University invites you to attend its premier Virtual Public Health Conference taking place on November 6 and 7. Under the theme, “Relevance, Creativity, and Innovation in Public Health Education and Practice,” the conference will bring together experts, educators, scholars, and students, to explore how we can best navigate through our current public health challenges. All are invited to participate in this free online event
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Doctor of Medicine (MD) Program January 2021 Open for Applications

Our Doctor of Medicine (MD) Degree is now open for applications for January 2021.

Entry points are available for students from any education system around the world—including a Four-year program for those entering with a traditional baccalaureate degree, and Five, Six, and Seven-year programs for those entering with high school results.

Students can commence the Four-year program in either the UK or Grenada, while Five-year and Six-year programs will start in Grenada. We have a range of scholarships, bursaries, and grants available to our international applicants.

With over 40 years’ experience in helping international students to launch their global careers in medicine and an extensive international network of 18,000 MD alumni, our Med School is a great option for students who want to become an International doctor.

If you have inspired students who are looking for med school options, contact the local SGU Regional Director or Manager in your area:
Victoria Kimotho (East & South Africa)
Regional Manager
Utibe-Abasi Etok (Nigeria & West Africa)
Regional Manager
China, Taiwan & Hong Kong
Kevin Liu
Regional Manager
Gwiyoon Jeong
Regional Manager
Middle East & North Africa
Sebastian Courage
Regional Director
Andrew Birchett
Regional Manager
India & South Asia
Bharat Gadhia
Regional Director, Commercial Engagements
Salil Gupta
Director of Transnational Education, South Asia
Priyanka Mishra
Regional Manager
(North & West India)
Charath Soundararajan
Regional Manager
(South & East India)
Thailand & Southeast Asia
Nalinee (Bee) Jiemvithayanukul
Regional Manager

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