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This July, St George’s held its first in person graduation ceremonies in three years. Seven ceremonies took place over four days on 12, 27, 28 and 29 July at the Barbican centre.
At St George’s, we’re proud of our diverse staff and student body and we're committed to creating a positive working and learning environment where all people are treated with dignity and respect.
This includes respecting the beliefs and religions of our staff and students and ensuring that people from all backgrounds, including those from all faiths and none, are afforded equivalent protection.
Find out more about religion and belief at St George's by browsing the pages below.
The main aim of our education programmes at St George’s is to ensure students learn to become excellent health professionals.
We are committed to creating a campus environment characterised by good relations between all its staff and students and to the promotion of tolerance, mutual understanding and inter-faith dialogue.
We have adopted the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) working definition on antisemitism in full.
Read our policies to help you understand more about religion and belief at St George's.
Find out what student societies are available to support you.
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