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Visions Seminar (Year 10 & 11)
Jul 18, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Richard Hale School, Hale Rd, Hertford SG13 8EN, UK
Are you in Year 10 or 11? Are you thinking of applying to medicine? You will be be able to gain the advice and knowledge from medical students at some of the UK's top medical schools including Oxford University. The best part? It's FREE.
Realities of Medicine (Year 10, 11 & 12)
Jul 18, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Richard Hale School, Hale Rd, Hertford SG13 8EN, UK
Hear from the first-hand experiences of several doctors reflecting on their own journeys through medicine. From the GP surgery to the operating theatre to everything in between. The best part? It's FREE.
Applying to Medicine (Year 12)
Jul 18, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Richard Hale School, Hale Rd, Hertford SG13 8EN, UK
Are you in Year 12 and applying to study medicine later this year? Our seminar will give you the opportunity to hear from seven medical students to optimise your application from entry exams to personal statement. The best part? It's FREE.

The Student Factor

​As medical students that were in your position not long  ago, we have the benefit of hindsight. Through attending these events, you will be able to learn from our combined: experiences, knowledge and insight into medicine.


Although we can't go back in time and tweak our actions, you can learn from our experiences so that you capitalise on what worked for us. This will lead to you to developing the habits, mindset and network to maximise your chances of getting into your chosen medical schools.

Our Community Events

We don't think of the application process as starting when you send your UCAS application in early Year 13. You can take steps earlier on in order to invest in your future. We believe in taking every step of the application process with precision and purpose. We believe pro-activity is the key to maximising your chances of getting into medicine. 

In addition, these events will allow you to network with like-minded individuals from your area as well as chance to hear from multiple medical schools from various universities throughout the country. Each of our mentors has their own unique journey to learn from. 

The beauty of having group seminars is that other students may ask questions that you may have not of thought. Smaller groups also allow you to ask questions more freely especially asking a question in front of strangers may seem intimidating at first. 

Both students and parents can attend the seminars. It can be a fantastic way for parents to meet other parents of students that also want to study medicine.


Applying to Medical School - Year 12s

What are medical schools looking for? How do I choose my 4 medical schools? How can I produce a great personal statement? 

Features of the conference:

  • Selection criteria

  • Choosing medical schools

  • Competition ratios

  • Reflecting on work experience

  • Entry exams overview

  • Personal statement

  • Action plan for the summer

  • Student Q&A

  • Group seminars

Saturday 18th July 2020

1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

Visions Seminar - Year 10s & 11s

How can I know if medicine is for me? How can I separate the truth from the rumours about studying medicine? How can I maximise my chance of getting in?

Features of the conference:

  • Motivations for becoming a doctor

  • Qualities of a doctor

  • Mythbusting

  • Timeline of from application to consultant

  • Life as a medical student

  • Habits to become proactive, resourceful and in the loop

  • Getting work experience

  • CV boosting

  • Student Q&A

  • Group seminars

Saturday 18th July 2020

10:00 AM to 12:00 PM


** Last updated 15th January 2020 **