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See how our research transforms people’s lives in our community, throughout the UK and around the world
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The latest results from a study have shown that an arthritis drug, baricitinib, reduced mortality in patients hospitalised with Covid-19
If you will be arriving in the UK to study after 31 December 2020 and not a returning UK resident, then you will need a visa to study in the UK. For a full-time programme, this would mean applying for a Student visa and for courses less than 6 months would require a Standard Visitor visa.
Irish citizens’ status continues to be protected as part of Common Travel Area arrangements therefore do not require permission to come to the UK (except in a very limited number of circumstances).
Please note, that new regulations came into force on 1 March 2021 amending the eligibility criteria for EU, other EEA and Swiss nationals for access to home fee status and student financial support for England from academic year 2021/22. For more information on fee status, please refer to UKCISA - international student advice and guidance - England: fee status.
Read our latest guidance for international prospective and current students.
We offer support on a wide range of issues related to visas, including the new Student Route Visa, the EU Settlement Scheme and Standard Visitor Visa.
This guide provides practical pre-arrival and induction information to help students coming from outside the UK plan their move to St George's.
Find out when induction takes place, what happens during induction week, and how to attend additional social activities and information sessions.
This section contains information for current students who have a Student visa, including working and travelling during your studies, extending your Student visa, taking a break from studies and your student immigration responsibilities.
In this section, we have highlighted various visa options that are likely to be of particular relevance to students at the end of their studies.
Find out our English Language requirements here.
We want you to become part of our global student community and use your experience with us to help bring transformational change around the world. To achieve this, we have identified and developed a range of funding options.
Find out more about federal and private loans for studying at St George's.
Information about the financial aid offered by the Federal and Provincial Governments for studying at St George's.
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