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You can apply to St. George’s University School of Medicine without NEET

St. George’s University’s (SGU) School of Medicine provides opportunities for aspiring medical students from India, offering admissions with high school qualifications. 

St. George’s University’s (SGU) School of Medicine, based in Grenada, West Indies, is offering admissions to Indian students, eliminating the need for the National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET). This initiative is designed to provide additional opportunities for those aspiring to pursue a career in medicine.

SGU aims to provide inclusivity and broaden access to medical education by accepting students based on their high school qualifications and holistic academic records. This approach allows SGU to recognize the potential of students who excel in diverse areas beyond standardised testing.

David Anthonisz, Executive Director of International Student Recruitment at SGU, stated, “Our goal is to nurture future healthcare leaders from around the globe by providing them with innovative and flexible educational tracks. Eliminating the NEET requirement allows us to welcome a wider array of dedicated individuals committed to making a significant impact in healthcare.”                                              

SGU is the largest source of licensed physicians in the US as per FSMB data for 2021.The university’s comprehensive curriculum, coupled with its highly qualified faculty and international affiliations, helps prepare students to meet global healthcare challenges effectively.

Prospective students are encouraged to explore more about the program/tracks offered by SGU.

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