The Medic Portal (TMP) is a leading resource and training provider for everyone who wants a career in Medicine — and those that advise them.
TMP engages with 300,000+ users a year online, and works with hundreds of schools across 3 continents each year. And we are growing all the time!
Watch our video to see what The Medic Portal does in 60 seconds:
Our Story In A Nutshell
Our organisation was founded by practising doctors and full-time education professionals. Training aspiring medics isn’t a side line for us; it’s what we do, 24/7.
We are officially partnered with the Royal Society of Medicine: the world-leading medical authority that counts Darwin and Pasteur among its members.
Watch Janice Liverseidge, Marketing & Communications Director of the RSM, talk about the partnership:
Working With Schools
TMP was founded by doctors in 2013. The goal was simple: to provide a 100% trustworthy, one-stop-shop for aspiring medics.
The quality of our teaching and our innovative approach to online and offline learning quickly saw us establish a long list of partner schools.
These partner schools range from top independents, to state schools and Academies – many of whom benefit from our Widening Participation bursary schemes.
Our work now spans three continents. We have helped aspiring medics in the UK, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Want to know what our partner schools say about our work? Visit our School Reviews Testimonials page. You can also read Student and Parent Reviews.
Our website has become a go-to resource for all aspiring medics – offering free information and advice, supplemented by online and offline training tools.
We actually get more visitors to the site each month than the total number of people who apply to Medicine in the UK each year!
In 2016, we launched The Medic Portal Community to allow aspiring medics to help each other for free. See how it works here:
We work closely with the RSM to widen participation into Medicine, and to meet the goals of the Medical Schools Council’s ‘Selecting for Excellence’ Report.
We offer bursaries to non-fee-paying schools and students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Learn more about our Widening Participation scheme.