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Before starting your application, please check the entry criteria on the course page of the programme you wish to apply for to ensure you meet the required standards.

Most of our courses follow a uniform application process, outlined under ‘standard application procedure’. Courses which do not fall under the standard application process are explained individually below. 

Standard application process

All applications must be submitted through our online application system.

  1. Select the relevant course link at the bottom of this section and continue to the 'Apply' tab of the course page.

  1. Follow the prompts to sign-in or create a St George’s E-vision account. You will receive an email indicating that you have started an application. You can save a partially completed form and return to it later, but ensure you save each page before exiting. Note: Please ensure you use a personal email address when creating your account (please do not use any work, academic, or @sgul.ac.uk emails). 

  1. Complete the application form and upload all relevant documents. Ensure you include as much information as possible; it will prevent additional delays in processing your application and responding to you.

Personal statements

All courses require a personal statement to be submitted within the online application.

Two courses (Sports Cardiology and Healthcare and Biomedical Education) require an additional Personal Statement Form to be submitted alongside the online application form. Please download and complete the Personal Statement Form from the 'Apply' section of the relvant course page and upload it to the 'Personal Statement' section of your online application. You may need to download Adobe Acrobat Reader to complete this form.

References

When completing your application, you will be asked to provide contact details of two referees. Please ensure these details are accurate, and that you have informed your referees that we will be in contact. As soon as you have submitted your application, your referees will be contacted by the university asking them to upload a reference to your online application.

One must be a recent academic reference, the other should be either a second academic reference or a professional/employer reference. They should cover your suitability for the course and your academic ability.

Your referees should know you well enough, in an official capacity, to write about you and your suitability for higher education. We do not accept references from family, friends, partners, ex-partners or yourself.

We will send reminder emails to your referees, but it is your responsibility to ensure that contact details are correct and that referees are available to submit a reference. References should be uploaded within two weeks of making your application.

  1. Please ensure that you complete all sections and that the information you provide is accurate, including options you select in drop-down menus. Once you have checked that your application is complete and accurate, click ‘submit’. You can log in and track the progress of your application through your online account.

  1. We suggest you add pgadmissions@sgul.ac.uk to your address book to ensure you do not miss any important emails from us. You might also receive some emails from admissions@sgul.ac.uk, or individual members of St George’s staff using @sgul.ac.uk email addresses. 

Applying for a single module

If you are applying to study a single module, please visit the ‘Apply’ section of the relevant course page using the links above.

Non-standard application processes

Some of our courses require applications to be submitted via UCAS.

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Physician's Associate Studies

Apply via UCAS by clicking the ‘Apply via UCAS’ button on the course page. Applications close on 15 January of the year of entry.  

Physiotherapy (Pre-registration)

Apply via UCAS by clicking the ‘Apply via UCAS’ button on the course page. Applications close on 15 January of the year of entry.  

Advanced Clinical Practice

Follow the standard application procedure using the relevant link on the course page.

Individual Learning Needs Assessment

In addition to the standard application, admission to ACP requires the completion of an Individual Learning Needs Assessment which is designed to ensure that the applicant’s module choice and sequencing is appropriate to their needs and experience. 

The assessment involves working with the applicant’s employer to ensure the requirements for practice-based learning will be supported. It typically takes place through telephone interviews with the applicant and includes the applicant’s employer as appropriate.  

 

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