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 the USA or work elsewhere in the world.

Uniquely, St George’s teaches an international medicine programme which consists of four years here in London and two years in the USA. The US Medical License Exam (USMLE) Step 1 and 2 are included in the course.

 

Entry requirements

  • Foundation Programme in Medical, Biomedical and Health Sciences
    • If you want to progress onto our Medicine MBBS after the foundation programme: High School Diploma with an average of 85% (GPA 3.4), with maths, English language, biology and chemistry all taken to Grade 12. If you are taking College Board AP exams you are not eligible for this programme and should complete the standard AP requirements for direct entry to a medicine degree.

    • If you want to progress onto our other undergraduate courses after the foundation programme: High School Diploma with an average of 75% (GPA 2.75) including biology and chemistry, and a minimum of 80% (GPA 3.0) in maths. Maths, English language, biology and chemistry must all be taken to Grade 12. If you are taking College Board AP exams you are not eligible for this programme and should complete the standard AP requirements for direct entry to your course of choice.


    Read more about the Foundation Programme in Medical, Biomedical and Health Sciences course.

  • Undergraduate Medicine MBBS and International Medicine BSc/MBBS

    High School Diploma with an average of 85% (GPA 3.4), with maths, English language, biology and chemistry all taken to Grade 12, in addition to the following:

    • At least four APs at grades 5,5,5,4, to include chemistry and biology, both at grade 5. Three APs at grade 5 must be 'Group A' subjects as defined by UCAS: sciences, mathematics, English language and literature, foreign languages and literatures, and history. The fourth AP at a grade 4 can be in any subject offered.
    • IB Schools: At least three Higher Level IB courses at grades 6,6,6, plus one standard level course at grade 6, to include biology and chemistry, at least one to HL; in addition to High School Diploma.

    • Students offering only IB courses must offer the full award diploma, with minimum 36 points overall (including EE & ToK modules). To include at least 18 points at Higher Level, with biology and/or chemistry at grade 6. Standard Level should include biology and/or chemistry at grade 6 if not taken to HL, plus maths and English at minimum grade 5 if not taken to HL.

    • Associate degrees: Applicants with an associate degree as their highest qualification may be considered for the school-leaver MBBS programme, as long as they meet the standard high school entry requirements above, and have achieved a minimum of a GPA 3.0 in their associates degree.

    Read more about the Medicine MBBS and International Medicine BSc/MBBS.

  • Biomedical Science BSc
    • High School Diploma with an average of 75% (GPA 2.75) including Biology and Chemistry, and a minimum of 80% (GPA 3.0) in Maths

    • Maths, English Language, Biology and Chemistry must all be taken to Grade 12, in addition to at least 3 College Board AP tests at grades 5,4,4 to include Chemistry and Biology. The third AP must be a 'Group A' subject as defined by UCAS: sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Physics), mathematics, English and foreign languages and history.


    Read more about the Biomedical Science BSc (Hons).

  • Physiotherapy BSc
    • High School Diploma with an average of 75% (GPA 2.75) including biology and chemistry, and a minimum of 80% (GPA 3.0) in maths

    • Maths, English language, biology and chemistry must all be taken to Grade 12, in addition to at least three College Board AP tests at grades 5,4,4, to include two 'Group A' subjects as defined by UCAS: sciences (biology, chemistry, physics), mathematics, English and foreign languages and history. Sciences or physical education may be helpful but are not compulsory.

    • Students offering only IB courses must offer the full award diploma, with minimum 34 points overall (including EE & ToK modules). To include at least 16 points at Higher Level, to include biology and chemistry with six in one and five in the other. Standard Level should include Maths and English at minimum grade 5 if not taken to Higher level.

    Read more about the Physiotherapy BSc (Hons).

  • Diagnostic Radiography BSc

    Please contact us at global@sgul.ac.uk for details of current entry requirements.

    Read more about the Diagnostic Radiography BSc (Hons).

  • Postgraduate/graduate entry

    For our International Graduate Medicine MBBS and Physiotherapy MSc you should have received, or expect to receive, a CGPA of 3.3 in your US bachelor’s degree or equivalent. For all our other courses, you to should have received, or expect to receive, a CGPA 3.0 in your US bachelor’s degree or equivalent.

    Please see the relevant course page for any specific bachelor’s degree required.

  • English language

    We require a GPA 3.4 in English language in the US High School Diploma (or equivalent) for all our programmes. Please contact us for further information.

 

Exhibitions and visits

We visit the USA regularly. Find out when we will visit next.

Funding

Scholarships

Visit our scholarships page for details.

INTO St George’s undergraduate scholarships

INTO St George’s awards scholarships to high achieving students on the International Medicine BSc/MBBS and International Graduate Medicine MBBS programmes. For details please visit the INTO St George’s scholarships page.

Other scholarships

Read more about funding options available from within the USA.

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 global@sgul.ac.uk.

Electives

Medical placement at St George's for existing medical students

Electives

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Accommodation

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Research

Our scientists are tackling some of the world's biggest healthcare challenges