Skip to content

Welcome to St George’s prospective student information hub!

Here at St George’s, we’ve been improving health for over 250 years. We are uniquely positioned as the UK’s specialist health university and have an outstanding record of research and innovation; our alumni include Edward Jenner, pioneer of the smallpox vaccine, and recent research has focused on tackling Covid-19. Our students benefit from our shared site with St George’s Hospital, which means students are immersed in a professional environment whilst learning from practicing clinicians working on the frontline.

We welcome students from around the world who share our passion for health, medicine and science. Read more below and learn about what makes St George’s such a unique institution.

Sign up now to learn more about studying at St George's

If you're looking to start your studies in 2022 or beyond, sign up for our intro email series by filling in your details below.

We’ll then keep you in the loop with the latest updates, information about upcoming events and more.

Explore St George's

We know how important it is to get to know a university before you apply, and while we would love to welcome you to our campus (and show you how amazing it is to share a location with a working hospital) it isn't possible during these unusual times (when it is we'll add information to our  Visit us page).

So here's the next best thing! Take a look at our guidance and informatio below and watch our campus tour to find out what we're all about.

Why choose St George's?

Science and research

A student using a microscope.We offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate science courses which will equip you with the knowledge and skills to prepare you for your career. We share our campus with one of the UK’s largest teaching hospitals, meaning that you’ll be immersed in a professional environment from day one.

Read more

An exciting learning environment

A photo of one of our leading laboratories.As we share our site with one of the UK’s largest teaching hospitals, you'll learn in a busy healthcare environment. In our clinical skills laboratories you can perfect basic skills, such as taking blood pressure and pulse, checking for vital signs, and resuscitation techniques. At our shared Advanced Patient Simulation Centre we train 3,000 students and healthcare workers a year. 

Find out more

Accommodation

A photo of Horton Halls.St George’s has its own Halls of Residence, Horton Halls, within a 15 minute walk of the university. Each flat accommodates four to eight students, sharing a well-equipped kitchen and dining area. All bedrooms have their own ensuite bathroom.

Learn more 

Living in London

A photo of Tooting Broadway underground station.St George’s is based in the thriving, multicultural hub of Tooting in south-west London.

Learn more about our neighbourhood

Engage with us

Speak to current St George's students of attend one of our webinars to learn more about what life is like at St George's and what our courses can offer you.

Covid-19 updates

We have a duty to protect our community from the risks of Covid-19 on our site based inside a hospital. Take a look at our Covid-19 response and guidance, which has been informed by feedback received from our students.

Applying to St George's

Find out how to apply to St George's, and the different courses we have of offer that you can apply for.

Student life

There are a variety of societies, clubs and social events for you to get involved in alongside your studies.

 Our featured courses

Browse the tabs below to learn more about our featured courses, or view all our courses here.

Medicine (MBBS)

A doctor and medical students examine a patient's chart.Clinically focused and patient-centred, our five-year undergraduate degree will equip you with essential knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes to practice medicine competently and professionally.

Find out more about our Medicine course.

Medicine (graduate entry)

A student doctor on the ward.Open to graduates from a wide range of science and non-science backgrounds, our graduate entry programme offers a fast-track route which condenses the first stage of a conventional medical degree, so you achieve the qualification in four rather than five years.

Find out more about our Graduate entry medicine course.

 

Find a profileSearch by A-Z