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We have a thriving community of international students here at St George's.
During Induction Week, we'll be offering a number of events for international students. These will cover issues including visa advice, registering with a GP, and supporting yourself during those times when you feel a long way from home.
If you are not an EU, EEA or Swiss national, you will need ‘entry clearance' or permission to enter the UK under Tier 4 of the immigration system in order to study at St George's, University of London, and this must be obtained before you travel. St George's, University of London has Highly Trusted Sponsor Status with the UK Home Office, and can sponsor students on a Tier 4 student visa for the duration of their studies. Prior to coming to the UK, you will be provided with support, guidance and the documentation that you will need to support your application for a student visa. For students who need to renew their visa during their studies, visa workshops will be held throughout the year. If you are unsure whether you need a student visa to undertake a degree at St George's, please check the government's website.
We also recommend reading the immigration leaflets published by the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA). If you have any questions about the visa application process, please visit our international student support pages or email us.
If you're arriving at the airport, contact us. We can give you additional help and advice on getting here from any of the London airports. We expect that international students may want to arrive at university a little earlier, so if you're joining us from outside the EU we've already built in a couple of extra days at the beginning of your year to help you settle in.
Contact the Student Centre to find out all the details.
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