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Today, St George’s, University of London has launched a Coronavirus Action Fund to support research in response to the coronavirus pandemic and continue work to improve health.
See how our research transforms people’s lives in our community, throughout the UK and around the world
Read our health and travel advice, as well as guidance for staff, students and applicants.
According to NIHR data, the sites are leading the country for urgent public health studies into coronavirus.
Enrolment is when you officially register on your course and is very important. It’s at enrolment that you get your student ID card and officially become a St George’s student. This will also give you access to university resources.
If you are studying on a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate programme starting in September, enrolment will take place during induction week, which all students should attend.
During induction week, students will enrol, find out more about the range of support St George’s has to offer, attend various introductory sessions and start some academic teaching. An induction timetable will be sent to students nearer the time. This will include details about the time, date and venue of all activities.
There are additional social activities and information sessions for international students which are intended to prepare you for studying at St George’s as well as living in the UK. Please see below for more information. The ‘Settling in’ section of our pre-departure guide (PDF) also contains information about induction.
If you are enrolling on a short course of study (for example, a medical elective or the summer school), your enrolment and induction will be organised by the admissions and/or programme team.
Find out what documents we require you to bring to enrolment and what risks and responsibilities are involved in applying for, and maintaining, your student visa.
Find out the benefits of attending, from getting the opportunity to familiarising yourself with the campus.
A BRP contains your personal information, your biometric information (photograph and fingerprints) and states your immigration status and some of your conditions.
Find out how and when to register, including the option to make an interim police registration at enrolment.
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