Study at the UK's only dedicated healthcare sciences university, sharing a campus with one of the largest hospitals in London. Our courses will give you the experience you need to succeed, whether you choose to return to Canada or work elsewhere in the world.

 

Our links to Canada go back many years. In the 1860s, alumnus and paediatrician Walter Butler Cheadle explored the North West Passage by land. Today, our connections to Canada are more academically focused, and during recent years we have enrolled more Canadian students than any other nationality into our international student body.

Entry requirements

  • Undergraduate Medicine MBBS
    • If you are taking the High School Diploma only, you are required to achieve an average of 90% overall with 90% or better in biology, chemistry, maths and English. 

    • We will accept a minimum of 75% (with 75% in relevant subjects) in the High School Diploma if you have also studied one of the below:
      • Three higher level IB courses at grades 6,6,6, to include biology and chemistry.
      • Three Group A APs at grades 5,5,5 to include biology and chemistry. Group A APs as defined by UCAS are: sciences, mathematics, English language and literature, foreign languages and literatures, and history. Group A APs as defined by UCAS are: sciences, mathematics, English language and literature, foreign languages and literatures, and history.

    • If you have completed the full IB diploma as well as the High School Diploma, we will accept the better of your two qualifications. If you do not have biology and/or chemistry in your High School Diploma, then you can offer biology and/or chemistry in the IB in its place.

    Read more about the Medicine MBBS and International Medicine BSc/MBBS.

  • Biomedical Science BSc (Hons)/MSci
    • If you are taking the High School Diploma only, you are required to achieve an average of 80% overall with 80% or better in biology, chemistry, maths and English.

    • We will accept a minimum of 65% (with 65% in relevant subjects) in the High School Diploma if you have also studied one of the below:
      • Three higher level IB courses at grades 6,5,5, to include biology and chemistry.
      • Three Group A APs at grades 5,4,4 to include biology and chemistry. Group A APs as defined by UCAS are: sciences, mathematics, English language and literature, foreign languages and literatures, and history.

    • If you have completed the full IB diploma as well as the High School Diploma, we will accept the better of your two qualifications. If you do not have biology and/or chemistry in your High School Diploma, you can offer biology and/or chemistry in the IB in its place.


    Read more about the Biomedical Science BSc (Hons)
    and Biomedical Science MSci.

     

  • Physiotherapy BSc (Hons)
    • If you are taking the High School Diploma only, you are required to achieve an average of 80% overall with 80% or better in biology, maths and English.

    • We will accept a minimum of 65% (with 65% in relevant subjects) in the High School Diploma if you have also studied one of the below:
      • Three higher level IB courses at grades 6,5,5, to include biology.
      • Three Group A APs at grades 5,4,4 to include biology. Group A APs as defined by UCAS are: sciences, mathematics, English language and literature, foreign languages and literatures, and history.

    • If you have completed the full IB diploma as well as the High School Diploma, we will accept the better of your two qualifications. If you do not have biology in your High School Diploma, you can offer biology in the IB in its place.


    Read more about the Physiotherapy BSc (Hons)
    .

  • Diagnostic Radiography BSc (Hons)

    Please contact us by emailing global@sgul.ac.uk for entry requirements.

    Read more about the Diagnostic Radiography BSc (Hons).

  • Postgraduate

    All of our postgraduate courses require a minimum GPA of 3.0. The exception is Physiotherapy MSc which requires a GPA of 3.3.

    Please see the relevant course page for any specific undergraduate degree required. For alternative qualifications, please check the relevant course web page.


Exhibitions and visits

St George’s representatives make regular visits to Canada. Find out when we will visit next.

Funding

Scholarships

Visit our scholarships page for details.

Federal and Provincial Government financial aid

The Federal and Provincial Governments offer financial aid to Canadians studying with us. Find out more.

Study abroad

A semester studying abroad as part of your degree gives you the opportunity to see the world, discover a new culture, meet new people, pick up a new language and learn more about yourself. It can also make you more attractive to employers and improve performance in your studies.

Read more about studying abroad.

Contact

Please contact the International Office with any queries on + 44 20 8266 6791 or global@sgul.ac.uk.

 

Electives

Medical placement at St George's for existing medical students

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Accommodation

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Research

Our scientists are tackling some of the world's biggest healthcare challenges