Find out what makes us such a unique institution and discover the vibrant student life that is at the heart of our community.
Learn more about our key research areas and our research objectives.
See how our research transforms people’s lives in our community, throughout the UK and around the world
We're putting £5.8 million of Office for Students funding towards improving facilities and equipment for our students.
St George’s University Library would like to invite all library members to put forward their suggestions for new books to add to our shelves.
Welcome to the Accessibility Hub. This page is for both students and staff, and it is here to guide you to the various accessibility information across the university.
We warmly welcome and support students who are disabled or have a Specific Learning Difficulty (SpLD). View the support available and register to access disability services.
View accessibility guides and photos of our campus to help you plan your route and navigate around St George's. View the access guides on Access Able's website (opens in new window).
Find out what accessibility and neurodiversity resources are available in the Library. Some accessible equipment is available for loan, such as noise-cancelling headphones and electronic reading pens.
You can tint your screen, read digital text out aloud, use speech-to-text and more. Find it on AppsAnywhere. Instructions on Canvas (Canvas login required, opens in new window).
Links to assistive software resources. You can also find out about library equipment you can borrow, and how to access accessibility features built into Apple and Microsoft devices (Canvas login required, opens in new window).
Structure (use of headings and styles), colour and contrast, use of images, links, plain English, and table structure.
How to structure your Word and PowerPoint documents, apply alt text to images, and accessible tables.
Our branded PowerPoint templates and best practice on how to use them.
Guidance for web editors on writing accessibly for websites.
Advice for lecturers on how you can support students with a disability or a Specific Learning Difficulty, and information about reasonable adjustments.
A toolkit that offers guidance and resources for teaching, assessing, and providing feedback in an inclusive way. Includes information about disability awareness, neurodiversity, and inclusive learning design.
We aim to create an environment where people are encouraged to participate fully. Visit our disability inclusion section for information about our staff disability network, reasonable adjustments, and more.
We have joined the Sunflower Scheme! The sunflower is a tool for you to voluntarily share that you have a hidden disability. Wearing the sunflower lets others know you might need extra help, understanding, or more time.
This page provides details of our progress in making our websites and mobile applications compliant with the Public Sector Bodies.
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