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.
An international clinical trial to evaluate much-needed new antibiotic combinations for newborn babies with sepsis has started in three public hospitals in South Africa and Kenya.
The Development and Alumni team are here to help you stay connected to St George’s, University of London.
Membership to the St George's alumni community is free and automatic upon graduation, and makes it easy for you to stay connected with friends, opportunities, and with what’s going on – and for you to enjoy the benefits of an affiliation with St George’s.
Whether supporting students, enabling education or facilitating research, a gift to St George's will make a difference, not just to our community, but to patients across the world.
St George’s graduates are entitled to a range of exclusive services, benefits and discounts from the university and our partners. Download our brochure to find out more.
Graduates from St George’s have access to support from the careers service for two years after graduation. Find out more.
Graduate Outcomes is a national survey of all graduates, which takes place 15 months after you complete your course and helps inform prospective students about career prospects.
Volunteering is a great way to stay connected with St George's while giving something of real value back to support the students following in your footsteps.
Update your contact details with us, reconnect with old friends or register your interest in attending or organising a reunion.
View our upcoming alumni events, or get help with organising a reunion.
Learn more about the groundbreaking work of our esteemed alumni, from the father of modern surgery, John Hunter, to present day.
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