As part of our Athena SWAN series, Dame Clare Marx came along to talk about her career and thoughts on leadership.
Dr Cathy Moore (Postdoctoral Research Assistant) in our I&I Research Institute discusses how parasites have shaped our history.
See how our research transforms people’s lives in our community, throughout the UK and around the world
Our approach to enhancing your experience at St George’s is both holistic and inclusive in its nature and scope. It includes academic support, student services and estates. You can expect excellence in teaching, and proactive pastoral support that is responsive to a diverse range of student needs.
We will welcome you into our St George’s community on your first day with us and take you with us on the journey to completing your programme of study.
Your experience is quality monitored by the student experience action group, which has representation from all programmes and directorates.
You can co-create your experience with university staff by conducting enhancement projects facilitated by student-staff partnership grants.
We bring students and staff together to collaborate in their shared areas of interest through education community events.
Our current student experience priorities include:
learning and teaching
The purpose of the Student Experience Action Group (SEAG) is to oversee the student experience at St George's, University of London
The Student Staff Partnership Project provides funding for small collaborative projects, run jointly by students and staff
Staff and students of St George’s sharing perspectives on teaching, learning and life in higher education.
George’s monthly is a student newsletter sent by the communications team at St George’s.
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