To apply for one of our postgraduate taught courses, please download the application form for the course you are interested in and return the form along with supporting documentation to us.
Choose your course
|Applied Exercise for Health PgCert/PgDip/MSc|| |
|Biomedical Science MRes|| |
|Master of Research in Clinical Research MRes(Clin)|
|Genomic Medicine Module/PgCert/PgDip/MSc|| |
|Healthcare Practice PgCert/PgDip/MSc|| |
|Interpretation and Application of Genomic Data PgCert|| |
|Physician Associate Studies MSc (subject to validation)|| |
|Physiotherapy MSc (pre-registration)|| |
|Rehabilitation PgDip/MSc|| |
|Sports Cardiology Module/PgCert/PgDip/MSc (subject to validation)|| |
You must provide us with all necessary supporting documentation, or your application may be considered incomplete.
Return your form and documentation
The application form and supporting documentation should be returned to:
Postgraduate Admissions Officer
St George’s, University of London
Once you've applied, we'll acknowledge your application by email. It's essential that you check the settings on your email account to ensure you can accept messages from St George's. The assessment of applications takes place between September and early spring of each academic cycle and we'll notify you of the outcome during or directly after this period.
For most courses, successful applicants will be invited for an interview (or a Skype interview for international students) either by a panel or by multi mini interview format.
Some courses will make conditional offers to applicants without interview, if they meet all academic and non-academic requirements of the course. Exceptions to this include non-standard applicants and those applying to routes which require an interview (advanced practice routes).
Some courses require applicants to attend a selection event, which usually take place in June and early July at our campus in Tooting.
Applicants will engage with a number of different selection activities, designed to explore the following five competencies:
- Working in a team
- Interpersonal communication
- Decision making
MSc Physiotherapy: Applicants who wish to voluntarily complete the Anatomy and Physiology Level 3 course in preparation for the MSc in Physiotherapy may wish to visit the Open Study College website for further information - www.openstudycollege.com
Last Updated: Monday, 15 February 2016 13:24