Are you an aspiring medical student?
Need some guidance on the application process?
Want to find out how to make sure your application is as best as can be?
If you answered "yes" to any of the above questions, you'd be glad to know we have the perfect event for you! AspireMEd is hosting a FREE conference for students applying to medical school on Saturday 8th August 2020.
Your free ticket awaits!
Click here to book now.
Who are AspireMEd?
AspireMEd, founded by a group of UK medical students who developed the idea after seeing lots of expensive and inaccessible courses for aspiring medical students, particularly over recent months during the pandemic when usual events have been postponed or cancelled.
Tickets have been made available to students from a widening participation background first. In these schools, students may not have the knowledge or resources to consider medicine. We have sold over 1700 tickets, so book a ticket to confirm your attendance on the link below (it's free!).
We have the support of the National Medical Schools Widening Participation Forum, the Association of the Study of Medical Education (ASME), the Junior Association of the Study of Medical Education (JASME) and the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP). We also have recruited passionate medical student ambassadors from universities across the UK including Aberdeen, Anglia Ruskin, Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter, King’s, Keele, Lancaster, Manchester, Newcastle, Queen Mary, Sheffield, St George’s and Swansea.
What can I expect from this conference?
Talks, Workshops, Prizes, Q&A and much more!
Here's a sneak peek at what is lined up...
‘Don’t hold back on your dreams of Medicine’ - Dr Enam Haque, Chair of the National Medical Schools Widening Participation Forum (NMSWP)
A Career in Medicine - Professor Dame Parveen Kumar, co-founder and co-editor of international bestselling medical textbook Kumar and Clark’s Clinical Medicine
Thinking about your application - Clare Owen, Assistant Director of the Medical Schools Council (MSC) and Dr Mandy Hawthorne, Director of BMBS admissions, University of Nottingham
UCAT and BMAT - representatives from official UCAT and BMAT organisations
Access to Medicine - Professor John Paul Leach, Head of Undergraduate Medicine and Lead for Access to Medical Studies, University of Glasgow
‘Life as a medical student/doctor’ Panel - Dr Jonny Guckian, Dr Simon Fleming, Ms Anna Harvey, Mr Ollie Burton
Personal Statement – The Medic Portal
UCAT and BMAT - Plymouth Widening Participation Society, University of Plymouth
Interviews - Student Assisted Medical and Dental Applications, Barts and The London School of Medicine
Medical Student Q&A - current medical students at universities across the UK (Belfast, Cambridge, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Imperial, Keele, King’s, Manchester)
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