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St. George’s, University of London is a leading specialist university in the UK, focusing on exceptional learning and training in the health and science disciplines. The university has been operating since 1752, giving it more than 250 years of heritage and experience to draw upon today.
St. George’s is unique amongst UK universities due to its sharing of its campus site with a certified teaching hospital. As a result, students are able to learn and train in a professional medical environment throughout their studies and prepare for a successful career.
In addition to the teaching hospital itself, students will be able to access the university library which is home to 260 workstations and a wide range of learning resources, open 24 hours a day. A variety of food and drink options are available there, while the surrounding area of Tooting is a vibrant neighbourhood with many cafes, pubs, bars and restaurants.
Postgraduate students at St. George’s will be able to enjoy a student lifestyle in London, one of the best cities in Europe to study and learn in. When they aren’t at the university, students will be able to enjoy life across one of the city’s many distinct neighbourhoods and explore a huge range of cultural, entertainment, dining and nightlife activities.
Notable alumni of the university include many pioneering medical professionals, including the creator of the first ever vaccine – Edward Jenner – and Henry Gray, author of Gray’s Anatomy.