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From day one, you’ll be immersed in a professional environment. Our shared campus with St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust means you’ll learn with and from experienced and expert staff. 

It’s why the Complete University Guide ranked us as the top university for graduate prospects for the 4th year in a row.

Every one of our students is committed to making a difference and is driven by similar interests. That’s why we continue to play a huge and pivotal role in the world of healthcare.

Our alumni community is full of extraordinary people; pioneers who have made massive contributions to society through groundbreaking research and significant medical breakthroughs. People such as Edward Jenner, the creator of the smallpox vaccine, Patrick Steptoe CBE, the founder of fertility treatment, and Hannah Valentine, the first Chief Officer for Scientific Workforce Diversity at the National Institute for Health in Washington DC.

Our past has shaped modern medicine and today’s healthcare. Our future is even more exciting. We hope you’ll be a part of it.

Interprofessional learning 

Healthcare is multidisciplinary – we all benefit from different perspectives and expertise, especially on the job. That’s why our students learn with, from and about each other.

A teacher demonstrating how to use a drip to students.

Up-to-date clinical practice

Clinical practice is constantly evolving. Our professional links ensure teaching is kept up the minute. Many courses use problem-based learning to bring learning to life.

A doctor points out results on a computer screen to a trainee.

Graduate prospects

Develop the skills and knowledge you need for the next steps. Well-rounded learning means you’ll be ready to move into graduate positions in medicine, research and practice.

Why choose St George's

An exciting learning environment

A photo of one of our leading laboratories.As we share our site with one of the UK’s largest teaching hospitals, you'll learn in a busy healthcare environment. In our clinical skills laboratories you can perfect basic skills, such as taking blood pressure and pulse, checking for vital signs, and resuscitation techniques. At our shared Advanced Patient Simulation Centre we train 3,000 students and healthcare workers a year. 

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A photo of Horton Halls.St George’s has its own Halls of Residence, Horton Halls, within a 15 minute walk of the university. Each flat accommodates four to eight students, sharing a well-equipped kitchen and dining area. All bedrooms have their own ensuite bathroom.

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Living in London

A photo of Tooting Broadway underground station.St George’s is based in the thriving, multicultural hub of Tooting in south-west London.

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