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Congratulations on receiving an offer to study at St George’s, University of London. We are thrilled that you have chosen to continue your education with us, and are looking forward to welcoming you at the start of term.
The information and advice on these pages are designed to guide you through the required steps before enrolment and prepare you for student life. Some areas, such as fitness to practice requirements, and certificate verification, are necessary steps you must take before you can receive an unconditional offer, so please ensure you read the information carefully.
Please select one of the options below.
Here you will find a hub of information designed to guide you through the process that will take you from offer holder to an enrolled student.
Checklists, helpful tips and contact information to help you as a new student at St George's.
Completing your fitness to practise requirements is an important part of preparing to study at St George’s.
Completing your Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check is an important part of preparing to study.
Biomedical Science BSc / MSci
Clinical Pharmacology BSc
Diagnostic Radiography BSc
Healthcare Science BSc
Medicine, Graduate Entry (MBBS)
Occupational Therapy BSc
Paramedic Science BSc
Therapeutic Radiography BSc
Biomedical Science MRes (all pathways)
Clinical Research MRes Clin
Genomic Medicine PgCert / PgDip / MSc
Global Health PgCert / PgDip / MSc (all pathways)
Healthcare Practice PgCert / PgDip / MSc
Interpretation and Clinical Application of Genomic Data PgCert
Physician Associate MPAS
Physiotherapy MSc (pre-registration)
Sports Cardiology PgCert / PgDip / MSc
Translational Medicine MRes
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