Quality education is essential if you want to play at a global level in your chosen career path. It gives you a headstart to success, which is why educational incentives are a crucial benefit of the Grenada citizenship program.

Grenada is a Caribbean country with rolling hills covered in rainforests and waterfalls. It is also home to St George’s University (SGU). SGU is a private medical school founded in 1976 and is currently affiliated with educational institutions in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and Ireland. The school has students from over 140 countries worldwide who are either citizens or non-citizens.

  1. Grenada Partnership Award – Through the Grenada Partnership Award, applicants can study at St. George’s University and pay only 10% of undergraduate tuition. This massive grant shaves off 90% of their undergraduate tuition. To qualify for this grant, you must be a citizen and have lived in Granada for over a year.
  2. Caribbean Undergraduate Scholarship – This is open to the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), which Grenada is a part of. The Caribbean undergraduate scholarship gives you a 65% discount on your first-year tuition, after which you will qualify for the 90% tuition discount from the Grenada Partnership Award.

Educational Incentives

These exciting incentives can help lower the cost of international education while giving them access to global standard education. But first, how can you become a Grenadian citizen? 

How to apply for Grenada citizenship

Grenada offers a citizenship by investment program that allows you to own a second passport that gives you visa-free access to over 153 countries, including the United Kingdom, EU Schengen countries, and China. With this second citizenship from Grenada, you can settle and work in any CARICOM country and include dependents such as your spouse, siblings, children, parents, and grandparents. 

There are two options to apply for the citizenship by investment program, which can be processed through Dual Luxury World.

  1. Donation – By making a minimum contribution of US$150,000 for a single candidate applicant and US$200,000 for up to three dependents to Grenada, you will qualify for a second citizenship and passport. 
  2. Real estate purchase – Directly purchasing authorized real estate in Grenada with a minimum value of US$350,000 and a five-year holding period, you will qualify for a second citizenship and passport. You can also purchase a minimum of US$220,000 worth of shared investment in real estate, which must be held for at least five years.

Once the application is completed and the passport is issued, you can go on to apply to St George’s University for you or your children and enjoy the educational incentives available. To start your process, click HERE or call +234(0)8026477875. 

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