Are you a university student or graduate thinking of applying to medicine?
Curious about the career paths after your degree?
Wondering whether the work experience you have will be enough?
Unsure of what to write in your personal statement?
Worried about the interviews?
Considering your finances for the degree?
Deciding what colleges to put in your application?
This event is for you!
Wednesday, 23 September, 2015
1 – 5pm
This event will be held in Room 349, South Block, Senate House, University of London, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU. If you require any special assistance (including induction loops or large print materials) please let us know in advance and we will do our utmost to facilitate your access to this event. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 020 7863 6042 to discuss arrangements.
How To ApplySTEP 1: Pay online
Current students from colleges within The Careers Group, University of London and members of GradClub – Early bird discount of £18 before 1st September (otherwise £23). Pay here.
Other participants – £46. Pay here.
You will receive an email from WorldPay confirming your transaction has been successful.
STEP 2: When you have paid, email email@example.com (put Medicine in the subject line), with the following information:
- Graduation year
- Do we have permission to pass your details on to medical schools participating in the event? Yes / No
- Include the completed equal opportunities form (download here)
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
1.00 – 1.05pm Welcome
Dr Maya Mendiratta, Coordinator of the Medicine and STEM Cross-College Group, The Careers Group
1.05 – 1.35pm What Happens After Your Medical Degree
Katie Dallison, Medical Careers Consultant, British Medical Association
1.35 – 2.20pm Work Experience and Personal Statements Panel
Assistant Director of Medical Education, University of Nottingham
Admission Officer, UCL Medical School
Admission Officer, St George’s University of London
2.20 – 3.05pm Interviews Panel
Head of Graduate Entry Medicine, Imperial College
Director of Graduate Entry Medicine, University of Oxford
Head of the Graduate Entry Programme, Barts and the London School of Medicine & Dentistry
3.05 – 3.15pm Break
3.15 – 3.45pm Funding Your Medicine Degree
Student Advice Service, King’s College London
3.45 – 4.30pm Graduate Medical Student Panel
Medical students from Barts, St George’s, UCL and Nottingham
4.30 – 5.00pm Informal Networking Session with Panel Speakers
PLEASE NOTE: There is an administration charge of 10% of the total booking on all cancellations and refunds cannot be given after 5pm on 16 September 2015.