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Today, St George’s, University of London has launched a Coronavirus Action Fund to support research in response to the coronavirus pandemic and continue work to improve health.
See how our research transforms people’s lives in our community, throughout the UK and around the world
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We caught up with Professor Paul Heath to find out more about the latest Covid-19 vaccine news and how vaccinations will eventually be rolled out.
Students who believe that their examination marks meet grounds for review may be eligible to request this under the Academic Appeal Procedure.
Students may be considered under this procedure if there is good cause to suspect that an assessment offence has occurred.
The regulations for each programme of study state the length of time within which students shall be required to complete the programme.
Provision for a final Discretionary attempt is set out in the Programme Regulations and Schemes of Assessment for the courses listed on this page.
Students who study on medical and healthcare programmes are required to demonstrate high standards of conduct.
This procedure provides a framework in which students can raise concerns or complaints.
A student who is suspected of misconduct will be considered under the Student Disciplinary Procedure.
Applicants who self-disclose a criminal record to St George’s during the recruitment process will be referred by the admissions officers to the Student Conduct and Compliance Team.
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