St George's, University of London is based in the thriving multi-cultural hub of Tooting in South West London.
It has close transport links to Central London, Greater London and Surrey.
How to get here
Our travel information will help you find your way here. We'd always recommend leaving plenty of time to spare when you set off, as London road and rail networks get very busy and there is always a chance of delay.
St George's, University of London is in Tooting, south west London, and shares a site with St George's Hospital. Our front entrance is wheelchair-accessible and we are about five minutes’ walk from Tooting Broadway Tube station.
Enter the university and St George’s Hospital site via Effort Street. Head for the main hospital entrance in Grosvenor Wing next to Marks and Spencer. Follow the corridor straight ahead and continue through the archway signposted ‘St George’s, University of London’ into the Hunter Wing. The main reception is on your right.
We have partnered with Access Able to provide comprehensive maps and information on accessibility across the university site. You can access these maps here and you can also download the Access Able app.
The nearest Tube station is Tooting Broadway (Northern Line, Zone 3). The tube journey takes about 22 minutes from London Bridge and 25 minutes from Waterloo. St George’s is about five minutes’ walk from Tooting Broadway underground station. Consult the Transport for London website for further details.
Several buses stop directly outside St George’s, and even more stop at Tooting Broadway underground station.
Download a map of bus routes from St George's (PDF)
Tooting mainline station is a 15 minute walk away. The line runs from Wimbledon to Luton and Bedford, via King’s Cross. Visit the Thameslink website for more information.
We have bicycle racks on campus and at the Halls of Residence. Please check the Transport for London cycling website for London cycling maps and route planners.
The closest major roads are the A3 from the west, M23/A23 from the south and the A2 from the east. Visit Google for a map of the local area.
St George’s is not located in the Congestion Charge zone.
The university does not have public car-parking space so, though there is a limited amount of pay-and-display parking in the area, we strongly advise using public transport.