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We are aware of the disruption caused to colleges and universities, resulting in delays in exams and exam results. We will continue to monitor the situation closely. We are not currently planning on adjusting any of the conditions listed in our offers. If you have concerns that you will not be able to sit an exam needed to meet the conditions of your offer, please contact Admissions on email@example.com to discuss your situation.
If you have applied to us and not heard back?
If you are waiting to hear the outcome of your application, please note we are continuing to assess applications and make offers to eligible applicants using the entry requirements published on our website. We aim to have communicated a decision to all applicants within two weeks of submission of an application or an interview if part of the requirements.
If you have received an offer from us
If you are an offer holder, we will wait until we have received your final results before proceeding. We will continue to follow our standard practice of matching your results to your offer conditions. We understand that these are exceptional circumstances - if you are not able to meet the conditions outlined in your offer then we will consider other elements of your application or performance during the admissions process. This may include reviewing your previously achieved qualifications, interview scores (where applicable), personal statement and reference to inform the outcome of your application.
If you would like to study at St George’s, please respond to your offer by the deadline list in your offer letter. You can accept or decline your place via the applicant portal. We will assume you are declining your place if we do not hear from you, so do not hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org if your situation prevents you from responding by the deadline.
The latest update to all Postgraduate offer holders was sent on Tuesday 23 June, you can read it here:
We encourage you to check this website regularly, but please be assured that we will always email you directly with updates to your application.
Offer holders are still required to meet the English Language conditions of their offer, as set out in their offer letter. We are in contact with English Language test providers and will update applicants in due course should there be any changes.
One of our most frequently requested English Language tests is IELTS, who are publishing country-specific updates, with many test centres around the world re-opening. Further information can be found here.
A list of alternative English Language tests that we accept can be found on our website. This includes the internet-based TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) which you are able to complete from home. More information about this test can be found on the TOEFL website. Please email the Admissions team on email@example.com if you intend to take the internet-based TOEFL in order to meet the conditions of your offer.
If you are unable to take an any of the alternative English Language tests listed on our website, we may consider the IELTS Indicator test. Please contact Admissions on firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your situation before proceeding.
We are working to ensure our applicants can meet our Fitness to Practise requirements whilst following social distancing. We will email all firm offer-holders shortly with further details.
Only MSc Physiotherapy, and the MPAS Physician Associate require Fitness to Practise requirements as part of their offer. We are not anticipating other postgraduate courses to require a health check, however, we will contact you directly if this will be required due to Covid-19.
Yes, all our courses at St George’s will start as usual in September 2020. Check your course start dates here.
Enrolment and Welcome Week planning is well underway to ensure that you will feel part of our community and will have the guidance and resources you’ll need when you start your course with us in the autumn. We are working closely with our Students' Union to provide a variety of opportunities for you to meet other students and your course team, to get involved in university life and to find out more about what is on offer at St George's. We will be writing to you in late July with further information about what to expect.
If you request to defer before we have made a decision on your application, we will be able to defer you to the next academic year. If you request to defer after receiving an offer, your request will be considered on a case-by-case basis by the Admissions teams and the Course Director.
The Physician Associate Studies programme is unable to accept any deferral requests so applicants will be required to reapply if they wish to delay the start of their studies.
The safety and wellbeing of staff and students remains our top priority.
If you are currently identified as vulnerable / clinically extremely vulnerable to risk from Covid-19, please email the Admissions team on email@example.com to let us know. This will help us to engage with you individually over the next few months as more details of plans for each course become available and in light of relevant Government guidance.
Depending on the course you are on, we will be starting the first term for clinical programmes which require specific learning facilities with a blend of online and face to face teaching. All other courses will be delivered online only for the first term, until we can transition to face to face in January 2021 (see below).
Courses starting with a blended online and face to face delivery in the first term:
Courses starting with online only delivery in first term:
Biomedical Science MRes (all pathways)
Clinical Research MRes
Genomic Medicine MSc, PgDip, PgCert, Modules
Global Health MSc, PgDip, PgCert (all pathways)
Healthcare Research Skills and Methods PgCert
Sports Cardiology MSc, PgDip, PgCert, Modules
Translational Medicine MRes, MSc, PgDip, PgCert
Our online teaching takes a social-learning approach that aims to be varied, interactive and dynamic, combining lectures, interactive sessions, self-paced study and small-group teaching. We are aiming to return to face to face teaching, learning and social activities in January 2021 or as soon as it is safe to do so and in line with Government guidance.