For students who have secondary school credentials.
The seven-year Doctor of Medicine program is designed for students who have secondary school credentials who need to study a complete course in the foundation sciences before beginning the medical degree program.
Medical career training adapted to your academic background.
With a focus on preclinical sciences, social sciences, and humanities, the seven-year entry point prepares students for the rigors of medical school by providing a strong support system around a solid preclinical curriculum.
Dual BS/MD Degree Option
By entering SGU’s seven-year preclinical program, you may be eligible to earn a Bachelor of Science on your way to completing your Doctor of Medicine.
The BS/MD option allows you to complete your undergraduate degree through three years of undergraduate and preclinical courses.
Secondary School Diploma: A secondary school diploma with a strong performance in science. The following secondary school qualifications can be considered for the seven-year Doctor of Medicine (MD) Program entry:
- AS Levels “Advanced Subsidiary Levels”
- Senior Certificate
- High School Exam
- Irish Leaving Certificate
- South African Matric
- Australian Matric
International students are exempt from the MCAT admission requirement, but must fully meet our English language requirements if English is not their principal language.