Your tuition fees will cover the cost of your studies at St George's as well as registration fees, examination and assessment costs. We recommend that you plan how you are going to fund your studies as soon as possible.
You will find taught course fees included on the summary page of each course. If you choose to become a postgraduate student with us, you will have the option of paying your course fees annually at the start of each academic year or by termly instalments.
If you are considering applying for a research degree, the fee will be determined with the relevant supervisor at the enquiry stage.
The university has a number of full and partial scholarships for both UK/EU and International students. Full details, inlcuding the application procedure can be found on our scholarships webpage here.
Our alumni will also benefit from a tuition fee discount of 10%. This can also be taken off the remaining tuition fee if awarded a Scholarship.
Graduates of St George's degree courses or those taught by the Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education may be eligible for a 10% tuition fee alumni discount for graduate study.
To be eligible for an alumni discount you must:
- Be self-funding – courses fully funded by the NHS (MSc Physiotherapy) or students receiving employer or sponsor funding will not be eligible for the alumni discount.
- Be offered a place on a PgCert, PgDip or MSc course awarded by St George’s, University of London. Visit the course pages to see which degrees are eligible for the discount.
Postgraduate and Career Development Loans
If you are studying a taught or research Master’s course in academic year 2017/18 you can apply for a loan of up to £10,280 as a contribution towards your course and living costs. The loan will be paid into your bank account in three instalments during the academic year.
You can apply for a Postgraduate Loan now. You only have to apply once, even if your course is longer than one year.
To get a postgraduate loan:
- You have to be studying a taught or research Master’s course,
- You can be studying at a university or college or by distance learning,
- You have to be under 60 at the start of the first academic year of your course and,
- You must normally live in England.
- If you’re an EU national but don’t normally live in England you may be able to get a Postgraduate Loan for a Master’s course in England.
For more information about Postgraduate Loans visit Student Finance England’s dedicated student finance zone on The Student Room.
Applications can be made for Postgraduate Loans via www.gov.uk/studentfinance
Florence Nightingale Foundation scholarship
There are opportunities to apply for funding offered by the Florence Nightingale Foundation for our Healthcare Practice PGCert/PgDip/MSc. Scholarships of up to £5,000 are available from the Foundation to support postgraduate study and research modules.
The Alternative Guide to Postgraduate Funding
The Alternative Guide to Postgraduate Funding is useful guide to alternative sources of funding - especially from charities - which make awards to current and prospective graduate students.
The Guide was written by two postgraduate students from King's College London who between them have won over £45,000 from 55 different charity awards. It contains model personal and financial statements, and over 250 links to voluntary sector funding sources.
Last Updated: Friday, 03 February 2017 15:44