Study at the UK's only dedicated healthcare sciences university, sharing a campus with one of the largest hospitals in London. Our courses will give you the experience you need to succeed, whether you choose to return to Singapore or work elsewhere in the world.

Our five-year Medicine MBBS programme is fully recognised by the Singapore Medical Council. Our London location provides easy access to direct flights to Singapore and the rest of the world, and the diversity of our global city means everyone can feel at home.

 

Entry requirements

 

  • Medicine MBBS and International Medicine BSc/MBBS

    Medicine MBBS and International Medicine BSc/MBBS:

    • Cambridge O level with minimum of an A2 in eight subjects, to include English language, maths, biology and chemistry. If you have studied or are studying the SIPCAL, we will assess on the basis of predicted A level results. We would also look for a majority of As/Bs in year 11, as evidence that predicted grades are achievable.

    • AAA at A-level/H2 level, to include biology and chemistry. If the general paper is compulsory, we expect B3 or higher.

    • If you are taking Advanced Placements, see USA entry requirements.
  • Biomedical Science BSc (Hons)/MSci
    • GCSE/IGCSE/O levels - grades A-C in 8 subjects including Biology and Chemistry, with a minimum of a B3 in Maths and English Language. If you have studied or are studying the SIPCAL, we will assess on the basis of predicted A level results. We would also look for a majority of As and Bs in year 11, as evidence that predicted grades are achievable.

    • ABB at A level/H2 level, to include chemistry and biology.
  • Diagnostic Radiography BSc (Hons)
    • GCSE/IGCSE/O levels - grades A-C in eight subjects including biology, physics and chemistry, with a minimum of a B3 in maths and English language. If you have studied or are studying the SIPCAL, we will assess on the basis of predicted A level results. We would also look for a majority of As/Bs in year 11, as evidence that predicted grades are achievable.

    • At least three subjects at A level/H2 level with grades BBB, to include at least one science subject.
  • Physiotherapy BSc (Hons)
    • GCSE/IGCSE/O levels - grades A-C in eight subjects including biology and chemistry, with a minimum of a B3 in maths and English language.If you have studied or are studying the SIPCAL, we will assess on the basis of predicted A level results. We would also look for a majority of As and Bs in year 11, as evidence that predicted grades are achievable.

    • ABB at A level/H2 level. Biology or physical education may be useful but are not essential.
  • Postgraduate/graduate entry

    All of our postgraduate/graduate entry courses require a minimum GPA of 3.0 or second class, lower division degree. The exceptions are International Graduate Medicine MBBS and Physiotherapy MSc which require a GPA of 3.3 or an upper second class degree.

    Please see the relevant course page for any specific undergraduate degree required or alternative qualifications.

     

  • English

    Please see below for the most common English language qualifications in Singapore. For alternative qualifications, please visit the relevant course web pages or contact us at global@sgul.ac.uk.

    • All Medicine MBBS courses, Physiotherapy BSc (Hons), Biomedical Science BSc (Hons)/MSci, Diagnostic Radiography BSc (Hons), and Physiotherapy MSc: IELTS 7.0 with at least 7.0 in Writing and 6.5 in Speaking, Reading and Listening, or GCSE/IGCSE/ O level English with grade B.

    • Biomedical Science MRes, Sports Cardiology MSc, Applied Exercise for Health MSc, Rehabilitation MSc: IELTS 6.5 with at least 6.0 in each skill or GCSE/IGCSE/ O level English with grade B.

    • Genomic Medicine MSc: Overall 7.0 with 6.5 in Listening, Reading and Speaking. 7.0 in Writing or GCSE/IGCSE/O level English with grade B.


Exhibitions and visits

St George’s representatives make regular visits to Singapore. Find out when we will visit next.

Funding

Scholarships

Visit our scholarships page for details.

 

Study abroad

A semester studying abroad as part of your degree gives you the opportunity to see the world, discover a new culture, meet new people, pick up a new language and learn more about yourself. It can also make you more attractive to employers and improve performance in your studies.

Read more about studying abroad.

Contact

Please contact the International Office with any queries on + 44 20 8266 6791 or email global@sgul.ac.uk.

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