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Here you will find a hub of information designed to guide you through the process that will take you from firm offer holder to an enrolled student at St George’s, University of London.

There are a few important steps you must complete in order to receive an unconditional offer and enrol. Please make sure you read all the information carefully and follow the checklist below. Offer holders for Biomedical Science BSc/MSci and Clinical Pharmacology BSc are not required to complete fitness to practise requirements.

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Offer holder checklist
  • Submit a DBS check. (Not applicable for Biomedical Science BSc/MSci and Clinical Pharmacology BSc.)

  • Review the laptop requirements we suggest you have before starting your course. Check back in June for information.

  • Make sure you have your GCSE certificates (or your degree if you're a graduate) to hand so we can verify your qualifications. We will contact you by email when we require this information. You do not need to do this for 2022 A Level results.

Do you require a visa to study?

Admissions timeline

We appreciate that the time between receiving your offer and having your place confirmed can feel like a lifetime, so we have put together a timeline so you can track your progress and understand your next steps.

If you have converted from insurance to firm or have received an offer through UCAS Clearing from July 2022, your timeline is slightly different.



From 25 May 2022

Apply for accommodation if you would like to live in our Halls of Residence next year. We have guaranteed accommodation for full-time students studying with us for the first time who apply before 1 July 2022.

15 July 2022

Your fitness to practise requirements, a DBS check and occupational health questionnaire, must be submitted by 15 July 2022. Be aware that the process for each requirement varies.

This is not needed for Biomedical Science BSc/MSci or Clinical Pharmacology BSc offer holders.

18 August 2022

A Level results day and 2022 places confirmed.

Places can only be confirmed if we have received evidence of all your qualifications.

All qualifications must be received by 31 August 2022 at the latest to be considered for this year of entry.

Late August to early September

You will receive an enrolment pack which includes the following:

  • a link to begin your enrolment online

  • a timetable for your first week

  • information about induction.

Once you have enrolled, you will be able to apply for an Oyster card and a Council Tax letter.

Late August to late September

Enrolment and the academic year begins.

Classes for  Graduate Entry Medicine MBBS start earlier so students enrol in August. All other courses enrol in September. Check out our 2022/23 term dates.

In preparation for the start of the new academic year, please read the information below.

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Offer holders with pre-existing illnesses or disabilities

We want to make sure we can support you through your studies.

If you suffer or have suffered from a serious illness (physical or psychological), or have a disability or specific learning difficulty, please let us know. St George’s is committed to supporting our students and will explore all reasonable adjustments to support you to thrive on your course.

Please contact our Disability Advisor as soon as possible with details to help us establish whether your health history or disability is likely to affect your ability to study or practise. This will also give us sufficient time to carry out a detailed assessment, obtain reports and organise additional expert assessments if required.

Attendance at site

All of our courses include elements of teaching for which you be required to attend the University site and attendance at these sessions will be essential to enable you to engage with the course and undertake assessments.


You will be required to undertake a personal risk assessment before you can attend any placement (or undertake certain other activities such as those which include the practice of clinical skills or require the use of PPE) which is part of your course. Where a health concern arises every effort will be made to identify alternative placements arrangements, but your health and safety will be the first priority, and alternative arrangements may not be possible, which may have implications for your study. If you are clinically vulnerable we strongly encourage you to contact the Disability Advisor now to undertake an assessment.

Covid vaccinations

We do not currently require you to have been vaccinated against Covid-19, but we strongly recommend that you get double vaccinated before the start of your studies, unless medically exempt. 

You will be asked to provide details of whether you have or haven’t been vaccinated against Covid-19 on your Occupational Health questionnaire for our records.

If you are yet to be fully vaccinated, first and second doses, as well as boosters, are available to book via the NHS website

If you have any concerns about having the vaccine, you may wish to submit a question to be answered by a panel of St George’s scientists and clinicians who work with Covid-19 everyday.     

Potential changes to Covid vaccination requirements 

We are guided by Government guidelines and therefore change our requirements in line with their advice. This means we will introduce a Covid-19 vaccination requirement before, or at, the start of your studies if mandated by the Government.

As you may have seen in the media, a vaccine mandate for NHS staff in England, which was due to come into effect on Friday 1 April 2022, is now being reviewed by the Government. The mandate, which would make full Covid vaccination a compulsory pre-requisite for NHS staff, including healthcare students if they are on any clinical placement which is regulated by the Care Quality Commission, would mean that all students who are not medically exempt would need to be vaccinated against Covid-19 in order to study. 

Although the implementation of the mandate has been paused, the University continues to encourage all unvaccinated students, unless medically exempt, to get vaccinated as soon as possible. Vaccination is still the best way to protect yourself, your family, your colleagues and, of course patients from Covid. It remains the position of NHS England and NHS Improvement NHS England that staff, and thus students, have a professional duty to do so.

This information will be updated once the government policy is clear on the requirement for health and care staff to be vaccinated against Covid-19, following the conclusion of the consultation which is now underway. Please be aware that, even if vaccination is not legally mandated, some placement providers may still make it a requirement of working in their clinical setting so it remains beneficial to you to get vaccinated before enrolment.

Covid precautions 

We are doing all we can to ensure you feel safe whilst studying at St George’s. We are carefully monitoring Government advice and implementing appropriate measures, these include: 

  • Social distancing in line with Government guidelines 

  • The use of face coverings within University buildings 

  • Provision of hand-sanitising stations throughout the campus 

  • Enhanced cleaning services 

  • Provision of testing for staff and students

Latest information due to Covid 

You can get up to date information on any general changes by viewing our FAQs.

 Helpful tips

  • Keep your contact details up to date on UCAS track.

  • Try to avoid using a school, university, or employer email address as your main contact email address as you might lose access before enrolment.

  • Keep an eye on your email and check it regularly. This is how we generally keep in touch, so look out for any emails.

Contact us

Please feel free to contact us if you need any help. You can email us or call 0203 897 2222.

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