St George’s registered as HE provider

St George’s has received notification from the Office for Students (OfS) that we are amongst the first institutions in the country to be successfully registered as an English HE provider with the OfS.

We are registered in the ‘approved (fee cap)’ category, which is for all providers who wish to receive direct teaching or research grant funding and requires evidence of enhanced financial sustainability. We have met all initial conditions of registration. According to the OfS website, being registered enables St George’s to: • access public grants, such as government funding for teaching or research• access student support funding (in other words, its students can get government loans)• apply for or maintain a licence to recruit international students• apply for the right to award its own degrees• apply for the right to call itself a university. In addition, our Access and Participation Plan has been approved by the Office for Students, allowing us to charge fees above the basic amount. View the OfS Register here.


Free public lecture on 21 July: 'The Inside Story of Human Fertility'

Attend this free 'The Inside Story of Human Fertility' Spotlight on Science public event on Thursday 21 July.

Learn about the wonders of the human reproduction system and what can sometimes go wrong. Gain an insight into how eggs are made and released in women, and how this is disrupted in common disorders such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and chlamydia to cause infertility.