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Northumbria University’s partnership activity in the West Indies is focused in Grenada, with our flagship partnership with St. George’s University.

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St George’s University, Grenada

Founded as an independent School of Medicine in 1976, St. George’s University opened its doors to students in January 1977 and has since evolved into a centre of international education, drawing students and faculty from 140 countries to the Caribbean island of Grenada, in the West Indies.

SGU campusThrough this innovative partnership students spend up to three years of their medical education at Northumbria University’s campus in Newcastle upon Tyne before transferring to St George’s True Blue campus in Grenada.  Students also have the opportunity to return to the UK and complete up to two years of clinical rotations.

To find out more please visit the partnership website.



St. George's University

Four-Year MD Programme (MD4)
Five-Year MD Track (MD Track 5)
Six-Year MD Track (MD Track 6)

If you represent an international institution or organisation and are looking to establish a partnership with Northumbria University, please complete the Request to Collaborate Form.

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