• Life at St George's

    Life at St George's

    This is the place for information about life at St George's,
    from our Students' Union to what it’s really
    like to be a student here.

    DISCOVER

Welcome to St George's, University of London

If you’ve applied to study with us or you are thinking about applying, we're here to answer your questions. Read on to find out more about what it's like to be part of the St George's community.


 
Virtual Events

Virtual Events

Accommodation

Accommodation

Social Life

Social Life

Virtual events are your opportunity to grill our students with your questions via live video and LiveChat.

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Just a 15 minute walk from the University campus you'll find our halls of residence, Horton Halls.

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London is one of the most exciting cities in the world - and St George's offers all kinds of student societies and activities.

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FAQs

FAQs

Campus

Campus

Contact Us

Contact Us

If you’ve got questions you want answers to, we're here to help. Check out our Frequently Asked Questions list.

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We share our campus with one of the busiest NHS teaching hospitals in the UK: St George’s Hospital.

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Find out how you can get in touch with the team here.

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Fast Facts

See below for our fast facts and top tips. More information can be found on our frequently asked page.


We’re the only UK University to be entirely co-located with a teaching hospital.
We're the top University for graduate employment prospects! (The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2016).
Be part of our own Students' Union and the University of London’s Student Central.
We’re a world leader in research; ranked best in the world for research influence (THE World University Rankings 15-16).
We’re based in Tooting, London - famous for Mayor Sadiq Khan, Tooting Market and great food.
We’re home to Channel 4’s 24 hours in A&E - learn alongside these incredible professionals.

What our students say

Fact 1
"St George’s is an incredibly close knit and friendly university. It has a really supportive atmosphere, and you never feel like you’re on your own."
Elegia, third year Medicine
Fact 2
"The science isn’t purely theoretical, it’s all put into practice. It’s all made more real by anecdotes from George’s doctors."
Maariyah, second year Biomedical Science
Fact 3
"At St George's there are loads of great extracurricular activities and opportunities. It's unique."
Minali, third year Medicine
Fact 4
"Tooting's lively and there’s always something to do after lectures. The employment prospects at St George's are also really great."
Lyndsay, first year Diagnostic Radiography