Medicine

From the front lines of day-to-day healthcare to some of the most challenging environments on earth … and beyond. All doctors begin their journeys as part of one of the most competitive and highly skilled cohorts in UK medical schools.

Join current staff and students and begin your journey into Medicine, from application to qualification – and into the wealth of specialisms and infinite opportunities within.

Dates

5 x 5 hour sessions, to be held on weekdays between January and May, both in and out of term time.

 DayDateTimeLocation
Session 1 Saturday 2nd February 2019 09:30–16:30 The Forum, Streatham campus
Session 2 Wednesday 20th February 2019 12:00–16:30 St Luke's campus
Session 3 Wednesday 6th March 2019 12:00–16:30 St Luke's campus
Session 4 Wednesday 10th April 2019 12:00–16:30 St Luke's campus
Session 5 Wednesday 1st May 2019 12:00–16:30 St Luke's campus

Activity Locations

All subject activity sessions will take place on the University of Exeter St Luke's campus.

Meeting point: South Cloisters foyer, St Luke's campus 

Subject Activity Strand Content

The hearts of local communities. The cutting edge of life-saving technique. The front lines of war. Thousands of miles above the Earth itself. The skills of a qualified medical professional really can take you anywhere.

In collaboration with experienced staff and enthusiastic students, each of our 5 sessions will focus on a new step in the journey to Medicine, from application to qualification and beyond. You will have the opportunity to learn about the practice of medicine from a variety of perspectives, gain insight into course structure and requirements, and start to explore the key skills that underpin every aspect of this incredibly varied, vibrant, and competitive field.

Our hands-on, interactive 5 hour sessions will take place in a variety of specialised teaching environments, allowing you to get up close and personal with our state-of-the-art teaching equipment and – best of all – the professionals whose working lives span the clinical, research, and teaching aspects of the ever-changing field of medicine.

Participation is key: by engaging fully in these sessions, you will have an exceptional opportunity to develop and refine many of the skills crucial for success in your future career in medicine.

 

This subject activity strand has contributions from the following degree programmes:

  • BMBS Medicine

Entry Requirements

In order to be considered for this activity strand, you must be:

Studying Biology and Chemistry at A Level

OR

Studying Biology and Chemistry at Higher Level (International Baccalaureate)

Pass Criteria

A minimum of 4 out of the 5 subject activity sessions must be attended, in addition to the Exeter Scholars Student Conference.