Study in Saint Vincent & the Grenadines

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a country known for its vibrant culture, rich history and world-class tourist destinations, Saint Vincent attracts many international students. Universities in Saint Vincent offer world class higher education, as well as being in a diverse and cultural country.

Why Study in Saint Vincent & the Grenadines?

With its bustling cities, lush rain-forests and world-class beaches, there will always be reasons to come to Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Students will be able to enjoy and experience nature, nightlife and culture when they take their studies in this vibrant country. Saint Vincent is perfectly located for students to explore the rest of the Caribbean in their free time.

About Saint Vincent & the Grenadines

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is certainly the Land of the Blessed with its rich natural endowments. It lies just along the Caribbean seas with affluent marine flora and fauna life.

It has also humid mountains on the northern third of the mainland with abundant vegetation and exotic fruit trees. All these ensure fresh and healthy food sources for immediate settlements.

Cost of Studying and Living in Saint Vincent

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines uses the East Caribbean dollar (EC$) as its currency.

Your tuition fees will depend on where you are from, where you choose to study, and at what level. If you choose to study at a public university, you should expect to pay around $630/€550 per semester. If you choose to study at a private university, you should expect to pay between $630/€550 and $3,450/€3,100 per semester. Some higher education institutions offer scholarships for international students.

Your cost of living will depend on where you choose to live in Saint Vincent. On average, you should budget for around $1,000/€900 per month. This accounts for accommodation, groceries and travel.


All international students will need to obtain a visa in order to study in Saint Vincent. You will need to apply for visa arrangement at the Saint Vincent and The Grenadines Consulate General, Honorary post in Nigeria. Your visa will be valid for one year, and will need to be renewed if your studies are longer than this. To be granted a visa, you will need to be enrolled in a course that has 10 hours of teaching per week.
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You should ensure that you have valid health insurance for the duration of your stay in Saint Vincent. It is possible that if you require healthcare, hospitals may ask for cash payment up-front.