This year, St George’s, University of London has a range of courses going into Clearing. For the first time, we have retained a limited number of Clearing places on our Medicine (MBBS 5 year) undergraduate course for high quality students who meet our requirements.

We believe that going into Clearing is the fairest way for us to get outstanding students given the unpredictability of A level grades and the strict intake quotas imposed on the MBBS programme. Some students will have exceeded their grade expectations and will now be able to study Medicine. Others will be unable to meet their conditional offer.

Professor Jenny Higham, Principal of St George’s, University of London, said: "This is a great opportunity for students to study at the only UK university to share a campus with a teaching hospital, to take up a place in the current cycle, and avoid delaying their chosen career."

Learn more on our Clearing and Adjustment page.


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