The Outreach scheme primarily aims to inspire year 8 and 9 students from non-selective state schools to consider a career in medicine, with engaging presentations from a group of current medical students about life at medical school and becoming a doctor. Aspiration to study medicine is a vital part in the journey to becoming a doctor, and students need to be inspired early! Evidence shows that students often consider medical careers after making all-important choices about GSCEs or A-Levels, and this can then limit the choices available to them.
It’s really important for these able and talented students to consider medicine as a potential career early on, ideally before they choose their GSCE options.
We offer two options of reaching students of all ages in and outside of your school.
Outreach Events at UCL
Are you interested in becoming a doctor? Or even little bit curious to find out more about what it involves?
If so then please register to come along to our FREE event for Years 9-13 which we hope will inform and inspire you! There will be an interactive presentation by UCL medical students followed by a tour of the UCL campus and plenty of time for questions.
Due to popular demand we have had to make registration compulsory so we know how many people to expect. If you find that you can no longer attend please contact us to cancel your place so that it may be taken by someone else.
Wednesday 29th April 2015, 5.30-7.30pm.
Register here: http://tmoutreach29apr15.eventbrite.co.uk.
Outreach visits to London schools
We have a range of volunteer doctors, healthcare professionals and medical students who may be able to visit your school or college to deliver inspiring talks and presentations to your younger students (Years 7-9). If you'd like to discuss a visit please email email@example.com.
Quotes from previous school visits
"Thank you for sending Akash and Opey to The Petchey Academy, our students responded very well to the session and I hope we can arrange sessions for the future. Both Akash and Opey were brilliant with the students, they took time to answer questions and go through the whole process of applying to medical school, I cannot praise them enough for taking the time from their studies to come and help our students."
"About a dozen of our Year 11s and another dozen of our Year 12s were lucky enough to benefit from a presentation by Tim, Davina and Punam . All three of them were down to earth, highly engaging and very informative and I wanted you to be aware of how much we valued their time, energy and their encouragement of our students."
"Thanks to you for providing some excellent students to attend our Higher Aspirations Evening... Our students and parents found the talk inspirational and they are now fully geared up to start working towards ensuring that they achieve success in this field in the future!"
If you have any questions please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
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