Grenada Immigration

GRENADA is a country in the West Indies in the Caribbean Sea, has a wet tropical climate with average annual temperatures of 28°C. It is famous for spices and is known as the “Spice Isle” being a major source of nutmeg, cloves, ginger, cinnamon, and cocoa. People in Grenada are friendly and helpful. They love sharing their culture with others.
  • Capital: Saint George’s
  • Land Area (sq. km): 348.5
  • Official Language(s): English
  • Population: 107825
  • Currency: ECD
  • GDP per capita (US$): 10376
  • Real GDP growth (% change yoy): 3.7%
  • Inflation (% change yoy): 1.1%
  • Unemployment (% labour force): 24%
  • Time Difference: 12 hours behind than Hong Kong



The economic growth rate of Grenada is 3.2%. The increase in GDP is mainly due to service industries, such as private education, tourism, wholesale and retail trade etc. Students at St George’s University drive the development of the real estate, retail and wholesale industries as well as transportation.


  • Grenada is located in the eastern part of Caribbean Sea
  • The famous Grand Anse Beach with its clear water and sand
  • Warm climate
  • Lots of historical sites to visit
  • Undeveloped and unspoiled rainforests in most areas, making tourism an emerging industry in the region



Grenada has a predominantly in British education. The national literacy rate is 96%. Most primary and secondary schools are public or government-assisted and offer free and compulsory education for students aged 5-16, with all but the cost of books being free. The highest educational institute of Grenada is St. George’s University, established in 1976, which is famous and specialises in medical.

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