We prepare our students with the skills and knowledge to move into graduate positions in medicine, research and healthcare practice and help them develop into well-rounded individuals equipped for the lifelong careers.

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The average graduate starting salary from our undergraduate degrees is over £27k. In May 2014 independent consumer watchdog Which? named St George’s as the third best university in the UK for graduate starting salaries. Universities were ranked by the average annual salary of graduates six months after completing their course, based on information submitted by universities and colleges to the government between 2005/6-2009/10. St George’s, University of London graduates earned an average salary of £27,015 over this period.


More than 95 per cent of our 2013 first-time graduates entered employment or further study within six months of graduating. On our medicine programmes (undergraduate and graduate entry), 100 per cent of graduates are in employment or further study within six months of completing their course.


The 2015 Guardian University Guide ranked us as second for graduate employability out of all specialist institutions.


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