Are you interested in Graduate Entry Medicine (GEM)? At our free seminars, you'll receive top tips from qualified doctors on how to stand out in the Graduate Entry application process and discover what admissions tutors look for in GEM interviews - as well as exploring the possibility of studying abroad with our event sponsors, the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine!
Free Graduate Entry Medicine Seminars - Sponsored by AUC
Are you interested in Graduate Entry Medicine (GEM)? At our free seminars, you can receive top tips from qualified doctors on the application process and how to stand out in your interview.
We’ve teamed up with the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC) who is proudly sponsoring these free seminars in London and Birmingham. AUC has recently brought their program offerings to the University of Central Lancashire campus, and will be accepting students for their September 2019.
Please note that these events are now SOLD OUT. Sign up to our waiting list below to be the first to hear about our upcoming Graduate Entry events!
Who should attend these Graduate Entry Medicine seminars?
Our free seminars are designed for all students interested in Graduate Entry Medicine, and those who have an interest in studying and practising medicine abroad – so if this sounds like you, these events are perfect!
What will the seminars cover?
The purpose of these seminars is to give Graduate Entry Medicine applicants an opportunity to gain valuable insight into what admissions tutors look for in successful candidates.
You’ll also learn about the unique and exciting opportunity to study medicine abroad at the American University of the Caribbean – and all about the possibility of graduating with a degree allowing you to practise in the UK and the USA.
The event will cover:
The Graduate Entry Medicine personal statement
How to choose which universities to apply to
How to prepare for the UCAT and GAMSAT
What admissions tutors look for in GEM interviews
AUC have recently opened a campus at the University of Central Lancashire, and will begin accepting students in September 2019.
So – why AUC? Since their founding over 40 years ago, they take great pride in their academic and clinical programmes and in the strong career achievements of their graduates. Academically rigorous coursework and diverse training opportunities help students develop the knowledge and skills they need to become outstanding and socially responsible physicians.
Admissions qualifications include a bachelor’s degree as well as a medical admissions exam, such as the UCAT, GAMSAT, MCAT or Neet-UG (they accept exam results up to 5-years old).
Extensive scholarships are available for their inaugural cohort. Attend our Graduate Entry Medicine events to find out more!