Find out what makes us such a unique institution and discover the vibrant student life that is at the heart of our community.
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
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Professor Stewart Cole was invited to deliver this year's annual Jenner Lecture, speaking about drug development for tuberculosis.
St George’s is committed to providing the opportunity of higher education to all students who can benefit from it, regardless of circumstance and background.
We run a wide range of outreach activities for students from Years 5–12. These activities vary in their aims, scope and reach, but are targeted predominantly at students from under-represented groups who meet our widening participation priority criteria, such as those with little or no family history of higher education, those receiving free school meals or Pupil Premium, those who are from areas or schools with low progression rates to HE, and students who are in local authority care.
We also make sure that students from underrepresented groups who enrol in our programmes succeed in their courses and progress successfully into employment or future study, particularly care leavers, mature students and disabled students.
We are proud to work in collaboration with a range of partners, including Kingston University with whom we run our joint Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education, and St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, with whom we run our successful Healthcare Shadowing Scheme.
Explore our web pages to find out more about the activities we offer and the support we provide to prospective applicants and to our current students.
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We deliver a range of activities all year round to pre-16 and post-16 students.
Find out more below about the welfare and support services we offer prospective applicants and current students.
The plan shows our commitment to providing equal opportunities to underrepresented groups across the student lifecycle.
We pride ourselves on a having fair and transparent application process, where applicants are assessed on their potential to succeed on our courses, regardless of background or circumstance.
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