Scientists and healthcare professionals received their degrees in front of nearly 2,000 friends, family and supporters at the St George’s Graduation Ceremony 2015.


The presentation took place at London’s Barbican Centre where more than 650 graduates were handed their certificates as they joined an international network of 13,500 alumni.

Degrees were given for the four and five-year MBBS Medicine courses, the BSc in Biomedical Science, the BSc in Healthcare Science and those studying intercalated BSc degrees at St George’s. Postgraduate diplomas and certificates were also awarded.

Graduates received their awards from St George’s Principal Professor Peter Kopelman, who said: “St George’s is fortunate to attract such talented young people – you have done us proud.

“Today’s ceremony is a very special occasion for everyone present. Whether you are a health scientist, a biomedical scientists, a physician associate or a doctor you should be rightly proud of your achievement and your university.”

In his closing remarks, Professor Kopelman added: “This is your day which I hope you will remember for a long time.”

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