As well as taking part in I’m a Medic, Get me out of here, there are a number of different activities offered by the University of Nottingham and University of Leicester to support students applying to medicine.
Activities offered by the University of Nottingham
School of Medicine Widening Participation
Find out more about different initiatives across the University supporting students to medicine from under–represented backgrounds, including:
- Outreach and Discovery Days
- Summer Schools
- Medicine Course with Foundation Year
For all social media accounts and blogs, visit www.nottingham.ac.uk/connect
Widening Access to Medical School
WAMS is a University of Nottingham Student Society established in 2003. We are a group of University of Nottingham Medical Students who are passionate about helping students from the East Midlands achieve their potential.
Our aim is to encourage as many students as possible to consider medicine as a career and to help them get there! To do this we offer a range of events and talks including those within your school or college and at The University of Nottingham. We also run an eMentoring scheme and a work experience programme at the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham.
Activities offered by the University of Leicester
Find out more about the range of initiatives to support students
- MedReach E-mentoring
- Medicine Calling conference
- Junior Emergency Medicine event
Leicester Enhanced Access Programme (LEAP) – medicine specific strand MedLeap www2.le.ac.uk/offices/scs/activities/leap
Students interested in finding out more programme details can contact firstname.lastname@example.org