St George's, University of London: Statistics

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Rank Ranking
#1049 of 14,131 In the World
#385 of 2,785 In Europe
#84 of 163 In the United Kingdom
#69 of 131 In England
#16 of 35 In London
#124 of 1,002 For Critical Care Nursing
Top50% For 44 other topics

Quick Review

Enrollment
4,500
Type
Non-profit
Funding
Public-private
partnership
Highest Degree
Bachelor
Website
www.sgul.ac.uk
Languages
English
Acceptance rate
48%*

* The St George's, University of London is among the institutions that don't provide data on acceptance rates. This might happen because a university has programs where an applicant only needs to meet admission requirements to enroll and doesn't necessarily competes with others.

We estimate the above acceptance rate based on admission statistics of closely-ranked nearby universities with similar research profiles that do publish such data.

Acceptance rate & Admissions

Admissions RequirementsGeneral Certificate of Education (GCE) at Advanced ('A') level with 3 passes
Academic CalendarOctober to July (October - December; January-March; April-July)
Enrollment4,500
Full time employee550
Student:staff ratio8:1

Publications & Citations

Publications
10,403
Citations
557,774

St George's, University of London majors

by publication & citation count

Medicine
7,904 / 443,779
Biology
2,528 / 164,602
Liberal Arts & Social Sciences
1,743 / 130,489
Health Science
1,240 / 70,616
Psychology
1,089 / 50,728
Demography
1,009 / 111,286
Cardiology
828 / 68,099
Critical Care Nursing
648 / 44,127
Physical Therapy
639 / 34,960
Pediatrics
636 / 52,939
Surgery
607 / 42,788
Immunology
583 / 41,828
Computer Science
558 / 30,423
Nursing
507 / 13,651
Public Health
491 / 47,372
Healthcare Management (MHA)
479 / 16,196
Family medicine
477 / 11,026
Genetics
439 / 49,703
Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB-GYN)
397 / 12,923
Psychiatry
397 / 18,722
Oncology and Cancer research
379 / 20,401
Paramedicine and Emergency medicine
312 / 9,927
Pathology
312 / 16,927
Epidemiology
302 / 34,912
Virology
268 / 14,531
Anesthesiology
255 / 13,418
Business
249 / 7,584
Pharmacology
233 / 9,342
Gerontology
225 / 37,606
Microbiology
223 / 11,221
Chemistry
222 / 9,990
Bioinformatics and Computational biology
211 / 14,023
Clinical Psychology
173 / 6,987
Anatomy and Physiology
168 / 11,130
Gastroenterology and Hepatology
153 / 7,636
Occupational Therapy
147 / 7,331
Radiology and Nuclear medicine
146 / 7,578
Biochemistry
146 / 8,301
Sports Medicine
132 / 5,433
Sociology
132 / 1,571

Annual publication & citation counts

Year Publications Citations
1991 8 18
1992 5 37
1993 4 69
1994 6 69
1995 6 105
1996 8 135
1997 4 265
1998 10 488
1999 15 522
2000 18 737
2001 18 875
2002 19 966
2003 31 1268
2004 32 1539
2005 101 2006
2006 376 3154
2007 453 5794
2008 544 9264
2009 567 13508
2010 651 18350
2011 603 24311
2012 704 31444
2013 800 40248
2014 843 50389
2015 933 56357
2016 978 58432
2017 933 64904
2018 897 61430
2019 967 67807
2020 1093 82477
2021 1263 99919

Tuition

Undergraduate
Local students $11,250
International students $18,750

Programs and Degrees

Programs Associate's degree Bachelor's Master's Doctoral
Design | Arts | Humanities +
Business | Politics | Social Sciences +
Languages | Culture | Linguistics
Nursing | Health | Pharmacy | Medicine +
Engineering | IT
Maths | Natural Sciences +
Doctorate Education, Medicine

Notable alumni

  1. Edward Jenner

    Edward Jenner
    Born in
    United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom
    Years
    1749-1823 (aged 74)
    Occupations
    scientistbiologistnaturalistphysician
    Biography

    Edward Jenner, was a British physician and scientist who pioneered the concept of vaccines including creating the smallpox vaccine, the world's first ever vaccine. The terms vaccine and vaccination are derived from Variolae vaccinae ('smallpox of the cow'), the term devised by Jenner to denote cowpox. He used it in 1798 in the long title of his Inquiry into the Variolae vaccinae known as the Cow Pox, in which he described the protective effect of cowpox against smallpox.

  2. Harry Hill

    Harry Hill
    Born in
    United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom
    Years
    1964-.. (age 58)
    Occupations
    actorcomediantelevision actortelevision presenterscreenwriter
    Biography

    Matthew Keith Hall, known professionally as Harry Hill, is an English comedian, presenter and writer. He pursued a career in stand-up following years working as a medical doctor, developing an off-beat, energetic performance style that fused elements of surrealism, observational comedy, slapstick, satire and music. When performing, he often wears browline glasses and a dress shirt with a distinctive oversized collar and cuffs.

  3. John Hunter

    John Hunter
    Born in
    United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom
    Years
    1728-1793 (aged 65)
    Occupations
    military physiciananatomistsurgeonuniversity teacherphysician
    Biography

    John Hunter was a British surgeon, one of the most distinguished scientists and surgeons of his day. He was an early advocate of careful observation and scientific method in medicine. He was a teacher of, and collaborator with, Edward Jenner, pioneer of the smallpox vaccine. He is alleged to have paid for the stolen body of Charles Byrne, and proceeded to study and exhibit it against the deceased's explicit wishes. His wife, Anne Hunter (née Home), was a poet, some of whose poems were set to music by Joseph Haydn.

  4. Patrick Vallance

    Patrick Vallance
    Born in
    United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom
    Years
    1960-.. (age 62)
    Occupations
    scientistpharmacologistphysician
    Biography

    Sir Patrick John Thompson Vallance is a British physician, scientist, and clinical pharmacologist who has worked in both academia and industry. He has served as the Chief Scientific Adviser to the Government of the United Kingdom since 2018.

  5. Henry Vandyke Carter

    Henry Vandyke Carter
    Born in
    United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom
    Years
    1831-1897 (aged 66)
    Occupations
    scientific illustratormilitary physicianillustratoranatomistsurgeon
    Biography

    Henry Vandyke Carter was an English anatomist, surgeon, and anatomical artist most notable for his illustrations of the book Gray's Anatomy.

  6. George Pearson

    George Pearson
    Years
    1751-1828 (aged 77)
    Occupations
    entomologist
    Biography

    George Pearson, MD, FRS was a British physician, chemist and early advocate of Jenner's cowpox vaccination.

  7. Russell Bencraft

    Russell Bencraft
    Born in
    United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom
    Years
    1858-1943 (aged 85)
    Occupations
    cricketer
    Biography

    Sir Henry William Russell Bencraft CBE MRCS, LRCP was an English first-class cricketer, cricket administrator and medical practitioner. He was born at Southampton, Hampshire.

  8. John William Fisher

    John William Fisher
    Born in
    United Kingdom Flag United Kingdom
    Years
    1788-1876 (aged 88)
    Occupations
    surgeon
    Biography

    Sir John William Fisher was a British surgeon.

General info

Alternative names SGUL
Founded 1733
Accreditation Privy Council
Colors dark blue, light blue
Affiliations and memberships Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU)
Universities UK

Location and Contacts

Address Cranmer Terrace
London, London, SW17 0RE
United Kingdom
City population 8,908,000
Phone +44 (20) 8672 9944
Fax +44 (20) 8725 3426

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