We work in collaboration with a UK medical tour specialist to offer a premium learning experience. Students take part in a week long immersive learning experience that sees them take various roles in simulated emergency situations in our simulation suite. Students also benefit from our outstanding personal development coaching. This includes; personal statement review, mock MMIs, mock panel interviews and clinical skills training.
Students can complete either 1 or 2 weeks on the UK hospital based work experience course. The course is residential so all students join and stay with the medical projects team and fellow students.
All students will receive the induction on Sunday evening before a busy week in the hospital and teaching sessions.
Who Is This Course Suitable For?
This location is suitable for students aged 16-25 looking to complete a pre-medical placement.
When Is This Course Running?
2018.02.11 – 2018.02.17
2018.02.18 – 2018.02.24
2018.03.25 – 2018.03.31
2018.04.01 – 2018.04.07
2018.04.08 – 2018.04.14
2018.05.27 – 2018.06.02
2018.07.15 – 2018.07.21
2018.07.22 – 2018.07.28
2018.07.29 – 2018.08.04
2018.08.05 – 2018.08.11
2018.08.12 – 2018.08.18
2018.08.19 – 2018.08.25
How much does it cost?
1 week 2 weeks 3 weeks 4 weeks
£1700 £2200 £2700 £3200
*Please note the £290 registration fee is in addition to the above prices.
We arrange all of the additional logistics for students. You will be provided with breakfast and dinner each day: private accommodation, 24/7 DBS checked staff, airport transfers (for international students), access to our Student Dashboard, a welcome pack and T-shirt, and a dedicated Personal Student Advisor. See the full list below:
UK based medical experience
Training from Resuscitation Officers, Medical Students and Doctors
Mock MMI with feedback
Mock panel interview with feedback
Applying to university advice and guidance
Questions and answer sessions with our medical students and doctors
Breakfast and dinner each day
24/7 DBS checked staff24/7
Airport transfers (for international students
Access to “Student Dashboard
Welcome pack and T-shirt
Dedicated Personal Student Advisor
Students who join our placements are 3 times more likely to gain a place at university
Boost your personal statement to increase your chances of gaining an interview
Boost your experience to increase the range of discussion points at interview
Gain guaranteed 25 hours shadowing experience per week
Experience a range of departments to broaden your knowledge
Experience a different healthcare system to compare and contrast to your own healthcare system
Meet fellow students who share the same passion for dentistry and learning
Supported 24/7 by an experienced medical projects team
Based in London
Students on this placement will have the unique opportunity to gain experience in a state-of-the-art UK hospital. We use a private simulation suite where our doctors control the learning environment. It includes realistic mannequins, 3D computer graphics and video feedback that enables teams to work through emergencies together and experience as closely as possible the role and life of a doctor.
In addition to the hospital work experience students will also take part in student development sessions designed to help with the university application process. These sessions are run by current UK medical students.
Food and Drink:
Breakfast and dinner are included each day. Breakfast is a a continental style breakfast with toast, cereals, fresh fruit and yoghurts. Dinner varies each day and is a mixture of British and international dishes. Students with specific dietary requirement will need to let us know before you join us.
For students enrolled onto our London hospital programme we have accommodation in the heart of the city. You will share a dorm room with other students. All rooms are same gender rooms. Also, all rooms are comfortably furnished and downstairs you’ll find a cafe and chill out area where students can gather during the evenings and weekends. This is usually where you will find a member of staff, quizzes, competitions, and events.
Meet Your Mentors:
Our mentors are current UK medical students or current doctors. These guys are there to help support you inside the hospital and also provide the interview and clinical skills sessions. Our UK medical students all have at least 2 clinical years training and have all been through the process you are about to. They are there to provide all the advice and guidance you need, so make the most and ask them as many questions as possible.