About St George's, University of London

Established in 1752, St. George’s University of London is a new progression partner for ONCAMPUS London offering progression opportunities to students from the Life Sciences Undergraduate Foundation Programme. St George's, based in Tooting, south west London, was the second institution in England to provide formal training courses for doctors and is the only University in the UK to specialise in healthcare and medicine.

About St George's

  • St George’s Hospital Medical School was initially based at Hyde Park Corner, before moving to its Tooting site in 1980
  • St George’s alumni include pioneers in medicine, John Hunter, Edward Jenner, Henry Gray and Patrick Steptoe
  • St George’s has a dynamic research culture, with teams working to improve the health of people of all ages, from children to the elderly, in populations locally and globally
  • St George’s are the only UK university based in a hospital (St George’s Hospital). This is also where Channel 4 television series 24 hours in A&E is filmed
  • St George’s is home to over 5,500 students and over 800 members of staff
  • St George’s holds a coveted Athena SWAN institutional ‘Silver’ Award from Advance HE in recognition of its commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion for the whole University community
  • St George’s is internationally recognised for excellence in health and life sciences

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