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St George's, University of London

"SGUL" redirects here. SGUL also refers to Scottish Golf Union Limited, the board of the Scottish Golf Union.
St George's, University of London
Established 1733
Type Public research university
Principal Peter Kopelman
Students 2,916
Undergraduates 1,916
Postgraduates 1,000
Location Tooting, United Kingdom
Campus Urban
Colours         Blue and Blue (Institution)
        Green and Gold (Students' Union)
Affiliations University of London
Website
http://www.sgul.ac.uk/

St George's, University of London (legal name St George's Hospital Medical School, informally St George's or SGUL)[1] is a

  • St George's, University of London website
  • St George's Students' Union website
  • Lists of St George's, University of London students
  • Lists of St George's, University of London military personnel, 1914-1918

External links

  1. ^ "http://www.sgul.ac.uk/about-st-georges/planning-secretariat-office". Governance - St George's, University of London. 
  2. ^ [6]
  3. ^ The University of London 1836-1986 by Negley Harte (1986), p.96
  4. ^ "www.study-medicine.co.uk British Medical School Statistics". Study-medicine.co.uk. Retrieved 2008-09-08. 
  5. ^ "q170.qxd" (PDF). Retrieved 2010-04-29. 
  6. ^ [7]
  7. ^ St George's Council decision on merger - SGUL
  8. ^ Lipsett, Anthea (2008-10-01). "London universities merge". The Guardian. Retrieved 24 May 2010. 
  9. ^ Joint statement from St George's and Royal Holloway, University of London 25/9/09 [8]
  10. ^ RHSG St George's, University of London and Royal Holloway joint statement 25/9/09 [9]
  11. ^ "RHUL website 25/9/09". Rhul.ac.uk. 2009-09-28. Retrieved 2010-04-29. 
  12. ^ R. Attwood 'Finance worries kill off medical school merger' Times Higher Education 1/10/09 [10]
  13. ^ a b c d e f g "University guide 2013: St George's, University of London". The Guardian. 29 May 2012. Retrieved 20 July 2012. 
  14. ^ a b "St George's undergraduate courses A-Z". St George's, University of London. Retrieved 20 July 2012. 
  15. ^ http://www.sgul.ac.uk/international/into
  16. ^ http://www.nicosia.sgul.ac.cy/
  17. ^ a b "World University Rankings 2015-16". Times Higher Education. Retrieved 1 October 2015. 
  18. ^ "University League Table 2016". The Complete University Guide. Retrieved 27 April 2015. 

References

  • Peter Kopelman (2008 to present)
  • Michael Farthing (2003 to 2007)
  • Sir Robert Boyd (1996 to 2003)
  • Sir William Asscher (1988 to 1996)
  • Richard J West (1982 to 1987)
  • Robert Lowe (1971 to 1982)
  • Alastair Hunter (1956 to 1971)

Michael Farthing, the current Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sussex.

Principals

Notable alumni of St George's include:

Notable alumni

Notable people

The university owns one hall of residence, Horton Halls, a large modern site which first opened to new students in late September 2007, replacing St. George's Grove the old hall of residence.

Residence St George's also has a number of other sports clubs including swimming, rowing, cheerleading, volleyball, fencing, football, netball, hockey and many others and participates in various competitions. As

St. George’s Hospital Medical School RFC is one of the oldest rugby clubs in the world having been founded in 1863.

Sports

Ops in Surgery is an official society of the Student's Union at St George's. The remit of the society is to encourage and promote surgery as a career, with the aim of helping students to develop an interest in the field of surgery and acquire a set of skills and knowledge that will help them in their future career.

Society logo

Ops in Surgery

The Henry Gray Society is the anatomical society of the Students Union at St George's. The society provides lectures on clinical and surgical anatomy, hosts invited guest lecturers, and holds an annual anatomical art competition. The society aims to promote a strong understanding of human anatomy amongst the student body, especially in a medical, biomedical and health sciences oriented environment like St George's.

Henry Gray Society

St George's enters a team into the British television quiz programme University Challenge each year.

Each new student at St George's is assigned a 'mum' or 'dad' in the year above. These 'parents' act as mentors for the new students, giving them advice about the course, often tutoring them when needed, as well as buying them drinks during Freshers' Week and beyond. Over the years the family expands to include siblings, uncles, aunts, grandparents etc., spanning all the years of the various courses.

The Students' Union organises various activities including fancy dress discos and a Rag Week, the annual series of fund-raising events, which in the year 2007-2008 raised around £80,000 for various charities including Cancer Research, Barnardos and Leonard Cheshire. In recent years the Union has become more politically aware and shown greater interest in National Union of Students and British Medical Association activities.

Student life St. George's uses the

Teaching


Rankings
THE[17]
(2015/16, national)
27
THE[17]
(2015/16, world)
196
Complete[18]
(2016, national)
43


St George's offers numerous research and taught postgraduate degrees.[13]

Outside of the UK, the MBBS4 is also offered in University of Nicosia. The new programme was inaugurated and the first student cohort commenced in Nicosia in September 2011. The programme at the University of Nicosia features international clinical placements in Israel and the USA.[16]

St George's, in partnership with INTO University Partners, has also formed a joint venture, INTO SGUL, to offer a Foundation in Medical, Biomedical and Health Sciences for international students whose qualifications do not allow direct progression into Bachelors level study in the UK, and a six-year MBBS and a four-year graduate stream MBBS programme specifically for international students, with clinical placements overseas. The first student cohort on each international MBBS programme entered St George's in September 2012.[15]

In partnership with Kingston University, the joint Faculty of Health and Social Care Sciences also offers degrees in physiotherapy, paramedic science, nursing, midwifery, social work and diagnostic or therapeutic radiography, including Breast Imaging Foundation Degree, Midwifery/Registered Midwife for registered nurses BSc (Hons), Midwifery/Registered Midwife BSc (Hons), Nursing/Registered Nurse BSc (Hons), Paramedic Science Foundation Degree, Physiotherapy BSc (Hons), Radiography, Diagnostic BSc (Hons), Radiography, Therapeutic BSc (Hons) and Social Work BA (Hons).[13][14]

St George's offers foundation and undergraduate degrees at its site in Tooting in medical, biomedical and healthcare sciences, including: Biomedical Science BSc (Hons), Biomedical Science Foundation Degree, Healthcare Practice DipHE and BSc (Hons), Healthcare Practice Foundation Degree, Healthcare Science (Physiological Sciences) BSc (Hons), Medicine (four-year graduate stream) MBBS4, Medicine (five-year) MBBS5, and Medicine (six-year) MBBS6, Physician Associate Studies PgDip.[13][14]

Courses

There is an on-site sports centre including a sports hall, three squash courts, and weights and fitness rooms.[13]

Teaching facilities at the campus include clinical skills laboratories and a patient simulator which allows students to practice based on real-life situations including surgical and medical emergencies.[13] The university library has around 42,000 books and subscribes to around 10,000 journals.[13]

In 2008, St George's announced that it planned to merge with

Campus

[12].[13]

Most recently St George's, along with other London medical schools, has been the setting for new television drama Vital Signs.

St George's was also the first institution in the United Kingdom to offer a four-year graduate entry Medicine degree based on the program from Flinders University[6] with which it has an exchange program. The first intake was in 2000 with 35 students and the course has since been emulated by many other universities. Entry to the course is highly competitive with candidates being required to sit the GAMSAT as part of the application process.

Originally set up in 1733 next to

History

Contents

  • History 1
  • Campus 2
  • Courses 3
  • Teaching 4
  • Student life 5
    • Henry Gray Society 5.1
    • Ops in Surgery 5.2
    • Sports 5.3
    • Residence 5.4
  • Notable people 6
    • Notable alumni 6.1
    • Principals 6.2
  • References 7
  • External links 8

As of 2008 St George's Medical School accepted around 100 graduates, 175 undergraduates and 10 students from overseas.[4] St George's is closely affiliated to United Hospitals.

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