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Target Medicine

Target Medicine Summer School

UCL is committed to widening participation to ensure those with the ability, regardless of their background, will have the opportunity to apply for and succeed in higher education. 

About us

About Target Medicine

Find out more about Widening Participation at UCL Medical School

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Volunteer for Target Medicine

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Events and Activities

Events and Activities

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UKMACS Medical Applicant Cohort Study

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Take part in academic research about medical school admissions and win up to £500

Are you applying to medical school this year? Win up to £500 in Amazon vouchers by filling in surveys for an academic research study about medical school admissions. 

The UK Medical Applicant Cohort Study aims to help future applicants from all backgrounds apply to medical school. 

Taking part will not affect your medical school application, but you may find it helpful to reflect on the application process. 

The UK Medical Applicant Cohort Study is funded by the National Institute for Health Research (Grant Reference Number CDF-2017-10-008). The views expressed are those of the researchers and not necessarily those of the NIHR or the Department of Health and Social Care. 

The study is led by Dr Katherine Woolf at UCL Medical School. For more information see UK Medical Applicant Cohort Study