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Preparing for university is really important, and there are a number of things that we recommend you are aware of, or have completed before you join us.
You can find these below. Please get in touch if you need any clarification.
I’m clear on how I’m paying my tuition fees: through the Student Loans Company, the NHS Grants Unit or my own money.
I’m clear on how I’m paying my accommodation fees: through a maintenance loan or my own money.
I have a clear budget for the first year: to ensure you can cover your living costs.
I have my own bank account
internet banking means you don’t need to open an account in a branch local to St George’s — accounts can take a couple of weeks to open so it’s best to do this in advance.
I’ve insured my valuable belongings: basics are covered if you’re living in halls, but you will need to insure items such as your laptop and smartphone separately.
This year, enrolment will be conducted remotely, finishing with an on-site visit in order for you to obtain your student ID card.
You will receive an email from Admissions asking you to complete two stages before you collect your ID card:
You will be guided through the process, but you might want to prepare the following documents so you have electronic copies to hand when you request them.
Download our interactive packing checklist (PDF)
If you’re living in Halls, we can help set you up with bedding, kitchen equipment and other supplies before you arrive. Just get in touch.
If you have a physical disability, long-term health condition, sensory impairment, autistic spectrum condition, mental health condition or a Specific Learning Difference such as dyslexia, you may be entitled to some support to access your course and make the most of your time here.
Our Disability Adviser, Emma Catlow, is looking forward to welcoming you and making sure that you have everything in place that you need. If you haven't already been in touch with her then please make contact by emailing us as soon as you can
If you’re concerned that your disability or other health condition may put you more at risk from COVID-19, and you haven’t already completed a risk assessment, please contact us as soon as possible.
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