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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
Read our guidance for staff, students and applicants.
An international group of researchers believe there is enough evidence that anti-malarial drugs could be repurposed to treat COVID-19 and that they should be assessed for efficacy in clinical trials.
All of our courses are full and have no places available in Clearing. You may find the information below helpful for future applications.
If you’re interested in applying to St George’s through Clearing, or if you’ve already received an offer, we’ve developed a full day of informative online sessions to help you learn more about the university. Join our sessions on student life, our range of courses and how to prepare for your studies in September.
Please make sure you register in advance for each session you would like to attend via the links below.
A drop in session for parents and careers to find out about Clearing and Adjustment at St George’s and how to support your applicant through the application process.
Please register for this session.
Hear from staff across our Allied Health courses who will introduce you to some of the highlights of their course while preparing to answer your most frequently asked questions about what St George’s can offer you. Courses in this talk include Paramedic Science BSc, Physiotherapy BSc, Occupational Therapy BSc, Therapeutic Radiography BSc, and Diagnostic Radiography BSc.
Managing uncertainty is a session delivered by the Head of Counselling and has been designed to support your mental wellbeing as you prepare to start your time at St George’s. Your first term at university will bring opportunities for personal growth as well as new experiences and challenges to navigate through. This session will sign post you to some tools to help you practically manage stress and anxiety. You will also be able to find out how you can access further support throughout your time at St George’s.
This session will inform you of the steps you may need to consider in applying and receiving your student finance. You will also find out about student halls at St George’s and where else to find accommodation in London, should you need it.
Have a question about our undergraduate medical programme? Professor Hannah Cock, Course Director will share course highlights and answer the most frequently asked questions about what it’s like to study Medicine at St George’s. This talk is specifically for our five year undergraduate Medicine programme.
So you have an offer but what now? At St George’s we want to assist you in preparing for your studies as best we can. In this session we will share with you our resources for studying, learning and reaching your full potential as well as online learning tools for next semester.
Hear from the course teams from our Biomedical Science BSc, Clinical Pharmacology BSc and Healthcare Science BSc, and find out more about studying at St George’s.
A panel of current students will share their experiences of living in London, student life and in particular the clubs and societies on offer at St George’s.
Please register for this event.
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