St George's University of London
- Average Tuition GBP 16,000
- Students 3,174
- International Students 17%
- Total Annual Cost GBP 27,250
- Intakes Fall
- Application Deadline January 15
- Campus Setting City
St George’s University of London (St George’s) is home to over 3,000 students. Students can choose from a wide range of bachelor’s degree programs including Clinical Pharmacology, Occupational Therapy, Paramedic Practice, and Physiotherapy.
St George’s campus is fully equipped with state-of-the-art clinical laboratories, simulation centers, dissection facilities, 24-hour computer suites, a library, and study spaces. Students at St George’s can join over 120 societies and sports clubs. The Students’ Union regularly hosts game and band nights, film screenings, and fundraisers. St George’s provides on-campus en-suite rooms in halls equipped with a kitchen, laundry facilities, internet access. Additionally, counselling, mentoring, and career services are also available.
- 01St George's shares a site with a National Health Service (NHS) teaching hospital.
- 02St George’s is the only university in the UK dedicated only to medical and health sciences.
- 03A partnership with the University of Nicosia allows St George’s students to experience clinical placements in the United States and Israel.
SchoolApply Ranking 187
Times World University Rankings 201
Complete University Guide (UK) 47
- Minimum GPA 3.40
- Minimum incoming IELTS 6.50
Financial Aid & ScholarshipSt. Georges offers merit-based and program-specific scholarships for international students.
Established in 1733
Cranmer Terrace, London SW17 0RE, United Kingdom
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2006-2011, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS)
Great on Communication Skills and Exposure, with Clinical Focus on Teaching
It's a nurturing environment, with lots of extracurricular opportunities and genuine camaraderie between students. Not competitive and back stabby like I've heard about other institutions. Great exposure, given the proximity to a large patient pool and top of their game consultants - particularly neuro, cardiology, oncology, psych and GP. Small group communication skills teaching left me feeling well prepared and confident to handle tense or upsetting situations at work in an empathetic and effective way. You also leave well prepared for analysing medical research and conducting your own audits or clinical trials, and have particularly good exposure to researchers in public health, oncology and embryology. Increasingly over the 5 year course, your lecturers will be clinicians practicing the field they are teaching. There are great opportunities for CV building such as a free course in Biomedical Management run in the evenings. You als have the opportunity to intercalate a degree, or a study module within it, at one of the other London colleges - should you want to experience a broader range of undergraduates and topics e.g. medical law or philosophy. Tooting is also a great place to base yourself as a student with relatively cheap rent and local restaurants compared to other areas in London, whilst easily commutable into central London. I highly recommend being in London as a student. Make use of the theatre discounts and never ending options for culture vultures and party animals alike.
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