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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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Applications for clearing at St George’s will be opening online on Thursday 13th August. For the first time, this year, St George’s will be taking a “digital-first” approach to clearing.
Welcome to our Clearing and Adjustment webpages, and thank you for your interest in studying with us this September. These pages will help explain what Clearing and Adjustment are, who is eligible, and how and when to apply to us.
Clearing is for students who may have missed the conditions of their university offers, or even changed their minds about going to university or their course. The Clearing process allows them to apply for a place on a course that still has space available.
Adjustment is a similar process, but it is for students whose results have exceeded their predicted grades. These students can use the Adjustment process to apply for a course with higher entry requirements than they initially expected they would meet.
Apply from 13 August with your results.
Application deadlines, guidance for making your application and contact information.
Read our guidance for preparing yourself to apply for a course through Clearing and Adjustment.
Explore the courses available through Clearing and Adjustment.
Find out how remote interviews will work and how to prepare.
Established in 1752, we’re the UK’s specialist health university. Learn more about why you should study at St George’s.
Read our FAQs on Clearing and Adjustment.
A guide to help you support a young person through the Clearing process.
Read current students' experiences of Clearing.
Penultimate year student medic discusses the move to online learning.
Students studying Allied Health degrees at university are set to receive an additional £5,000 per year of NHS funding from September 2020.
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Learn more about the additional funding available to support your living and course costs.
Guides and information for managing your student loan.
We can process your application more quickly when you submit an online application. However, if you are unable to make an online application, please contact us at email@example.com or call us at 0300 303 0457.
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