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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 guidance for staff, students and applicants.
An international group of researchers believe there is enough evidence that anti-malarial drugs could be repurposed to treat COVID-19 and that they should be assessed for efficacy in clinical trials.
At St George’s we recognise that studying in the UK can be both an exciting and daunting experience. The International Advising Team is here to support you throughout your studies and help you get the most out of student life.
We offer professional support and guidance on a wide range of issues including visas and immigration, life in the UK and working during and after your studies.
We also organise specific events for international students as part of the university’s welcome induction programme, and work with the Students’ Union’s International Student Society (ISS) to deliver a programme of trips and social events all year round to help you meet other students and make friends.
Please visit the pages in this section for details about how to apply for the appropriate visa and other important visa- and immigration-related information.
If you are unable to find the information that you need, please contact us.
Telephone: +44(0)208 725 1981 or +44(0)208 725 2636
You will usually need a visa to study in the UK if you are a national of a country outside the European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland. If you are unsure then you can contact us or use the ‘Check if you need a UK visa’service on the GOV.UK website for more help.
Generally, if the course you are applying to is six months or less (for example, medical elective, summer school), you can enter on a Short Term Study Visa.
If your course is longer than six months, you will need a Tier 4 (General) visa. More information about student visas can be found on the GOV.UK website and in our Tier 4 Visa Guide (PDF).
If you already hold a visa, please contact us to check if your current visa permits study.
Here you'll find details about the criteria and the process for applying for a Tier 4 visa.
We offer a number of short courses that require a short-term study visa.
The EU Settlement Scheme is open and there is no application fee.
A BRP is a plastic card that acts as the visa for the length of your course and is separate to your passport.
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