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St George University of London Clearing

St George University of London Clearing


Clearing 2017:

Undergraduate programmes

We offer courses for undergraduates across the full range of medicine, biomedical science and healthcare sciences.

Postgraduate programmes

Discover our world leading postgraduate courses and read about our research degrees and opportunities to study medicine as a postgraduate student.

International programmes

We welcome students from all over the world and offer a variety of medicine, biomedical science and healthcare courses tailored specifically for non-EU (international) applicants.

Molecular and clinical sciences

The Molecular and Clinical Sciences Research Institute works to understand the pathogenesis and prevention of a range of disorders, including degenerative vascular disease, angina and stroke.

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Infection and immunity

The Institute of Infection and Immunity has in-depth expertise in areas of international-level excellence, including novel diagnostics and therapeutics, vaccinology, and global health.

Population health

The Institute of Population Health uses both observational research and intervention studies to examine the impact of public health policy,

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Alumni benefits

Members of St George’s Alumni Association enjoy a range of benefits and services both on and off campus, from travel and sports discounts, to theatre and library concessions.


George’s, our alumni magazine, is the best way to keep in touch with what students have been up to at the University.

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Annual Fund

Find out more about how we support St George’s students through the Annual Fund and how you can contribute and show your support.

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Research collaborations

Our researchers often collaborate with other universities and organisations, and their work improves public health worldwide.

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Research consultancy

If you’re from an external organisation, consultancy offers a great chance to build links with our researchers and provides solutions to technical matters.

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Filming and location hire

We can provide hospital-type settings, laboratories and university backdrops for commercial filming be it for drama productions, documentaries or adverts.

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Clearing 2017: Courses available for September 2017 entry

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Courses in Clearing in the Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education

Please check the relevant course pages for the most up to date Clearing information.

For St George’s courses, visit the St George’s Clearing page.

For Kingston University courses, use the individual links below.

BSc Paramedic Science (St George’s)
BSc Therapeutic Radiography (St George’s)
BSc Diagnostic Radiography (St George’s)
BSc Physiotherapy (St George’s)
BSc Occupational Therapy (St George’s)
BA (Hons) Social Work (Kingston University)
BA (Hons) Working with Children and Young People (Kingston University)
BA (Hons) Early Years: Teaching and Learning top-up (Kingston University)
BA (Hons) Early Years: Education and Leadership in Practice (Kingston University)
FdA Early Years (Leadership and Management) (Kingston University)
FdA Early Years (Kingston University)
BA (Hons) Child-Centred Interprofessional Practice (Kingston University)
FdA Child-Centred Interprofessional Practice (Kingston University)
BA (Hons) Primary Teaching leading to Qualified Teaching Status (Kingston University)
BA (Hons) Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Practice top-up (Kingston University)
FdA Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Practice (Kingston University)
BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing (Kingston University)
BSc (Hons)Learning Disability Nursing (Kingston University)

What is Clearing?

Apply for Clearing courses at St George’s

Call the Kingston University Clearing hotline on 0800 0483 334*

If you are calling from outside the UK, please call +44 20 8328 1149

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