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An offer of a place at St George’s, University of London is made on the basis that you accept all of the University’s Terms and Conditions and our Regulations and Policies. This page provides links to these and an overview of them.

The information about courses and university services is accurate at the time of it being published (online and in print). Information about each of our courses can be found on the Study pages where you will also find information about fees and funding and any  additional course-specific costs.

The admissions policy applies to applications to all courses. The policy also covers admissions complaints and appeals:

By registering at St George’s you are accepting our terms and conditions which include our regulations and policies. The following highlights some of the most important of these:

A full list of our regulations and policies can be fouund here:


St George's is currently exploring a merger with City, University of London to establish a new, multi-faculty, combined institution called City St George’s, University of London to launch in August in time for the new academic year. If this goes ahead, we will need to transfer our student contracts to the new combined university.

We have therefore added the following wording to our General Regulations terms and conditions (the contract) which we direct you to within your offer email.

It will be a condition of the contract between a student and St George’s that the student agrees that, if St George’s merges with City, University of London, St George’s may transfer that contract to the combined university, to be known as City St George’s, University of London without requiring any further consent from the student. (General Regulations 2024/25 para 2.7.11).

Student protection plan

Course changes may be necessary to reflect changes to practices, current student feedback and change in staff expertise. Some changes may be the result of circumstances outside of the university’s control, such as, but not limited to:

  • accrediting body requirements changing
  • staff changes or illness
  • unexpected changes to funding
  • external policy changes.

Once students have accepted a place at the university, the university will provide notification at the earliest opportunity of any potential material changes to course structure or content or changes to services. The student protection plan provides assurance that the University has appropriate arrangements in place to protect the quality and continuation of study for our students.

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