UCL Medical School


Y12 LondonMed Summer School


Summer School 2018

Applications for the 2022 online LondonMed Summer School are now open!


About LondonMed Summer School (Online)

Funded by Health Education England, the LondonMed Summer School brings together four of London's medical schools (King’s College London, Queen Mary, St George's, and University College London) to give 75 Year 12 students from across England an opportunity to find out what it is like to study medicine in London. Working with patients and student ambassadors, participants will gain a greater understanding of the realities of being a doctor and the skills need to be a more competitive medical school applicant. 

Participants will have the opportunity to experience lectures and workshops ranging on topics such as ethics and law to clinical and professional practice. Attendees will experience differing teaching styles and engage with staff, health care workers and students across all four London institutions.

This week-long virtual summer school will breakdown the essentials to consider when applying for medicine, provide insight into the degree course, and give students a taste of what it might be like to study medicine in London.

Summer school dates: 18 – 22 July 2022

Apply now!

Application information

    Eligibility criteria

    To be eligible for the programme you must meet the following:

    • Live in England but outside of Greater London
    • Be in year 12 as of September 2021
    • Be on track to meet the minimum entry requirements for medicine at a U.K. university
    • You’ll ideally have achieved a grade 6/B or above in GCSE English Language and Mathematics
    • Studying Biology and Chemistry at A-levels
    • Have an interest in pursuing Medicine
    • Attended only non-selective state schools, sixth forms, or colleges since age 11

    Students will be prioritised based on the following criteria:

    • In, or have been in local authority care
    • Be estranged (living independently) from both parents or guardians, which means you no longer have a relationship with or support from either of your parents or guardians due to a breakdown in this relationship.
    • Be an asylum seeker or refugee
    • Attended a low performing school (that achieved below the national average Attainment 8 score and/or Progress 8 score at GCSE)
    • From a school with a high percentage of students receiving free school meals
    • Living in a geographical area with low levels of progression onto higher education
    • Are a young carer (have caring responsibilities for a close relative with a disability, long-term illness, mental health condition, or drug or alcohol problem)
    • From a family where the parents do not have a university degree from the UK or abroad
    • Be in receipt of or eligible for free school meals, the 16-19 Bursary Fund, Discretionary Learner Support, Means Tested Benefit or Pupil Premium

    Priority will be given to applicants from these areas:

    • Basingstoke and Dean
    • Bracknell Forest
    • Central Bedfordshire
    • Cherwell
    • Dacorum
    • East Lindsey
    • Forest of Dean
    • Gloucester 
    • Hertfordshire
    • Kirklees
    • Luton
    • Mendip
    • North Somerset
    • Preston
    • Purbeck
    • Salford
    • South Cambridgeshire
    • South Gloucestershire
    • South Oxfordshire
    • South Somerset
    • St Edmundsbury
    • Suffolk  Coastal
    • Swindon
    • Thanet
    • Tonbridge and Malling
    • West Berkshire
    • West Dorset
    • West Somerset
    • Wigan
    • Wiltshire
    • Wokingham
    How to apply

    Use the link below to submit your application.

    Application link: https://tinyurl.com/londonmedschools2022

    Application deadline: 11:00 am, Monday 18th April 2022


    Data information

    All information provided on your application form will be stored by King's College London and shared with their partner organisations: Medical Schools Council, University College London, Queen Mary University of London and St Georges University of London. For information on how all partner institutions use data, please read their privacy notice which can be found here:

    If you would like to contact the event hosts with any questions or concerns about the data we hold or if you would like any further information please email King's College London at outreachformedicine@kcl.ac.uk.
    For any questions on how UCL holds your data, please contact wp-data@ucl.ac.uk.