St George’s, University of London

St George’s, University of London is a dual faculty institution, offering medicine, biomedical sciences and health and social care sciences.

It offers a warm and friendly environment in which staff and students really get to know each other. This contributes to the strong support networks that we provide for students. Scientists, students, doctors, nurses, psychologists, midwives, physiotherapists, radiographers, administrators and our hardworking support staff are all important members of the St George’s community.

St George’s is a member of the federation of world-renowned Colleges that make up the University of London. Partnerships

St George’s, University of London


St George’s, University of London


Students also benefit from St George’s reputation within the NHS for producing excellent healthcare professionals. The main London campus is shared with St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust, one of the UK’s busiest hospitals.


St George’s is also very committed to its collaborations with other higher education institutions. As well as being part of the University of London, it has particularly strong partnerships with Kingston University and Royal Holloway, University of London. Not only do these enable an increased range of courses in London, they also help to develop new, innovative teaching methods and research activities that address the changing needs of the healthcare profession. Results

So, how successful are we at delivering our mission? The recent Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) inspection gave a very positive endorsement of the quality of our programmes, and the robustness of our quality-assurance procedures. As well as having one of the highest student satisfaction rates of any London institution and lowest drop-out rates nationally, the good news continues after graduation, with 99% of our graduates going straight on to employment or further study. Research

St George’s is recognised globally for the quality of the biomedical and clinical research that it undertakes. Researchers investigate new, pioneering methods and medicines to improve public health in the UK as well as in some of the poorest countries in the world. Specific interests include the fight against HIV and infectious diseases, the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart disease and stroke; and enhanced understanding of public health and epidemiology, clinical genetics and social care sciences.