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Imperial Medical School sponsorship pilot project

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Feb 4 2022

Target schools:  Secondary schools with sixth form and WMSF.

This is an exciting opportunity for A level science students hoping to progress to a medical degree.  The project run by Imperial College Healthcare trust aims to support young people by linking them to consultants. The consultants help students prepare for medical degree applications and courses. Imperial want to widen access from state schools and increase diversity. Consultants are matched with schools to provide medical work experience and shadowing.

The target group would be A level science students in year 12 who are interested in medical degrees. Each school would have a consultant working with these students both individually or in small groups.

To get involved schools need to send an expression of interest with the name of a contact person who can act as the coordinator of the project in the school.

We will hold a meeting for coordinators in early March and start the pilot in May running through the Autumn term. Each school will develop their own bespoke programme in liaison with the consultant.

Please get back to Matthew Coulbeck regarding this matter as soon as possible: matthew.coulbeck@lbhf.gov.uk.  07919217535

– the scheme is at first limited to 6 schools

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