INTO St George's, University of London students in study centre


Here to help you succeed

To be truly successful in your studies, you not only need a high-quality study programme, but also a support network that ensures you can focus on your studies and enjoy student life.

St George's, University of London offers you a range of world-class support for its university students.

If you're undertaking INTO's International Foundation in Medical, Biomedical and Health Sciences pathway programme, you'll also receive additional support from INTO.

Support for you at St George's, University of London

While studying at St George's, University of London, you'll be able to access a range of professional support services to help you get the most out of your experience.

The University's student centre team offers a 'one stop shop' for advice that is available five days a week, along with online support.

They'll be able to assist you with almost any aspect of international student life, including help around finances, accommodation, exams and assessment, appeals and complaints, international queries, careers, disability and wellbeing, and even finding your way around.

Worried about a personal issue? A team of highly-trained professionals is available to offer confidential advice on a wide range of problems.

Additional support from INTO St George's, University of London

Students undertaking INTO's International Foundation in Medical, Biomedical and Health Sciences pathway programme will receive additional support from the INTO St George's, University of London team.

Your support begins while you're still in your home country and continues throughout your studies.

As soon as we receive your application, our team of multilingual customer relations advisers will ensure that your application is processed swiftly, and that you receive the documents needed for an entry visa to the UK.

We'll help you to settle in to London life, and remain your first point of contact for non-academic issues, from registering with the doctor and opening a bank account to renewing your visa.

INTO staff speak a range of languages including Mandarin, Russian, Arabic, Cantonese, Japanese and Spanish. They're here to help you if you don’t yet feel confident communicating in English.

We can also arrange to meet you from the airport for maximum convenience.

Academic and university application support from INTO

Your personal tutor will discuss your progress and offer study advice. You can also attend additional workshops outside of scheduled classes to get further teaching in areas you want to work on.

You'll have full support in their application for university, from discussing progression options with tutors, to sessions on writing a great personal statement.

Students applying for Medicine will also benefit from comprehensive MMI interview and UKCAT preparation and practice sessions.

Make the most of London with INTO

We know that you need time to relax and to enjoy yourself between studies.

Over the year, INTO's social programme will give you the chance to see the sights of London, take day trips to other parts if the UK, and celebrate your success with a network of friends from around the world.

Karen from the United States
"Being in a hospital environment from day one has really made a difference. By integrating clinical practice with lectures you can really see how a condition manifests in real life." Karen from the United States
Support for under 18s

Before the Centre accepts a student who is under 18 years of age, their parent or guardian must sign a consent form authorising nominated staff to act in loco parentis (on behalf of the parent/carer) in the case of an emergency, and a medical information form. Relevant forms will be sent to parents and the student with the confirmation documents. No student will be accepted without these forms having been completed and returned to us before the start of the course.

We recommend that parents appoint a UK-based guardian for international students under 18. If parents are making their own arrangements for either guardianship services or a friend or family member in the UK to act as guardian to the student, evidence of these arrangements must be supplied before the course starts.

For further details please contact us.

Support for students with disabilities

A confidential service for students is available offering advice and information on disabilities such as dyslexia, sensory impairments, and mobility and medical conditions.

For further details please contact us.