Getting into Medicine

This course guides students through the application process of medical courses to maximise their chances of getting an offer. It is most suitable for year 12 students.

Course Content

09:45–10:00: Registration
10:00–10:30: Why Medicine?
10:30–11:00: Medical Schools
11:00–11:15: A career in Medicine
Coffee
11:30–11:50: UCAS
11:50–12:10: Work Experience; contacts + how to get in.
12:00–13:00: Personal Statement; how to start, framework and examples
Lunch
13:30–14:30: UKCAT / BMAT
14:30–15:10: Ethics Master Class + Case Studies
15:10–16:00: Interview Workshop
Coffee
16:10–16:30: Backup plans
16:30–17:00: Summary, Q&A, support group

Dates & Bookings

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Testimonials

“Very intimate and thorough programme, the speaker covered many unique aspects of the application I hadn’t considered. I definitely feel more prepared and ready for my applications!”
Josie
“I travelled from Spain, just to attend this course. I had heard such great things and I was not disappointed. Absolutely, recommend this course to everyone!!”
Maria
“Really comprehensive and extensive; covered everything you need to know. It gave you a lot of information that was very unique and helped me standout from other applicants. The speaker, the information covered and teaching style made this the best course out there!”
Bushry
Getting into Medicine

Tutor: Mohammad Farwana

Mohammad is a final year medical student from King’s College London with a profound interest in teaching and designing courses. He has been published in several education and teaching journals for his opinions and methods. He has taught hundreds of students, who has travelled from across the UK and abroad to attend his events. All of the students say they would recommend Mohammad’s teaching to friends and that they left the events more confident.

Mohammad has a very unique approach to teaching and ensures the engagement of all his students, providing tailored and specific information to each attendee. He is able to establish great rapport with his students and build on information they know, thus creating an engaging, supportive and memorable teaching session. He actively listens to all the feedback he receives, which has contributed significantly to his success in helping students learn and achieve their full potential.

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  • March 18, 2017
    9:45 am - 5:00 pm
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