World class medical training
People who train as doctors at Guy's and St Thomas' receive some of the best medical education in the country, as King's College London (KCL) School of Medicine students.
Located at 3 central London hospital campuses - Guy’s Hospital by London Bridge, St Thomas’ Hospital near Waterloo and King’s College Hospital in south London - the school is one of the UK's most established and successful centres for medical research and teaching.
The school's expertise is well recognised: across 10 research divisions, it hosts 12 externally awarded and funded specialist centres.
The school delivers comprehensive education and training, from undergraduate programmes in medicine and for allied health professions, to professional graduate training and research. As part of a multi-faculty institution, our students can also broaden their horizons by studying humanities, social and natural sciences.
King's Health Partners
Since the launch of King's Health Partners Academic Health Sciences Centre in 2008, Guy's and St Thomas' have been working ever closer with KCL university and our other NHS partners to achieve excellence in research, teaching and medical service.
To find out about studying medicine at our major teaching hospitals, see KCL School of Medicine
Final year electives
Find out more about the wide range of opportunities to study aboard in partner institutions of any of the UK medical schools hospitals.
Electives for visiting students
The School of Medicine runs an elective programme for final year medical students interested in doing a clinical placement with us.