Entry to study undergraduate medicine at University in the United Kingdom is highly competitive. The career is recognised as challenging and rewarding and the title of Doctor is respected. Becoming a doctor is seen as prestigious with schools and colleges who celebrating alumni who go on to read Medicine at University.
To gain a place at a UK medical school an applicant must prove both academic ability and genuine interest in the field of medicine. It is recognised in the University admissions processes that without significant exposure to doctors it is hard to appreciate the challenge of reading Medicine at University and the consequences of this career choice.
We are the first vocational training programme in the UK working outside of the national curriculum to aid access to read Medicine at University. We will help you to demonstrate a genuine interest in the field of medicine and nurture this passion.
Dr Dean Eggitt
BMedSci (Hons.), MBChB, FRCGP, PGCME, FHEA
Ms Neringa Smalstiene
MSc Pharmacy, IP, PgClinDip