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St George's, University of London is required by law to comply with the Data Protection Act, 1998. The University aims to comply with the principles set out in the Data Protection Act in the processing of all personal data. To this end personal information is collected and used fairly, stored safely and not disclosed to any other person unlawfully.

Personal data submitted through our website will only be used in the context of your query or request. For example, information provided in the course of applying to work or study at the University will only be used for the purposes of processing your application.

The University may disclose personal data to other organisations where we are required to do so by law. We may also share certain personal data for legitimate business purposes, e.g. to facilitate the delivery of a University service, or where it is necessary for the prevention or detection of crime.

We will not pass on or sell your personal data to any other organisations for marketing purposes. 

Under the Data Protection Act you have the right to request a copy of the information held about you by St George's, University of London. This is subject to providing proof of ID and payment of a £10 charge. Requests should be submitted in writing (this can include email) to the Data Protection Officer using the contact details below.

Details about how the University uses personal data can be found in our entry in the Data Protection Public Register. This can be accessed via the Information Commissioner's Office website, searching for 'St George's Hospital Medical School'

Data Protection Officer

Queries and requests relating to Data Protection and the processing of personal data by St George's, University of London should be directed to:

Claire Morrissey
Data Protection Officer
St George's, University of London
Cranmer Terrace
Telephone: 020 8725 0668


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