September 11th, Bangalore: St. George’s University School of Medicine, Grenada, West Indies is organising info sessions in key cities of India. The workshop is designed to help students understand and gather information on a career in medicine while providing a valuable perspective into the life of a medical student.
The number of NEET applicants is increasing approximately by 2 lacs every year, leading to an increase in the cut-off score. As a result, students are exploring opportunities overseas to make it as a qualified medical professional.
These info sessions aim to address every single query from the students as well as the parents. They will also have an opportunity to speak directly with the delegates of SGU, to discuss the curriculum of Caribbean Medical Schools.
Salil Gupta, South Asia Regional Manager says, “SGU is now the third-largest source of doctors for the entire US workforce. With this extensive network of graduates, a strong and expanding clinical program, excellent student support services, and a consistent record of residency placement over the last four years, our current and future students are in a great position for success.”
‘Through this program we aim to expose students to a range of topics in medicine in a practical and student-friendly format so that it ignites a desire to learn more about a rewarding and prestigious career path,’ adds Salil Gupta, South Asia Regional Manager.
Date: 12th September, Bangalore
About St. George’s University
St. George’s University is a centre of international education, drawing students and faculty from 140 countries to the island of Grenada, West Indies. St. George’s is affiliated with educational institutions worldwide, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and Ireland. The University has contributed over 18,000 physicians, veterinarians, scientists, and public health and business professionals who are practicing across the world.