MSAS is the leading 'How To Get into Medicine' event, in official partnership with Brighton & Sussex Medical School. It features insights from admission tutors and accommodation in the university halls.
MSAS is the only ‘How To Get Into Medical School’ conference delivered in official partnership with a leading university.
Following on from the huge success of MSAS 2015, we have again joined forces with Brighton and Sussex Medical School to create the authoritative, trustworthy and truly valuable ‘How To Get Into Medical School’ experience.
MSAS is a 2-day residential event, taking place at the fun loving city of Brighton on the 23rdand 24th of July, 2016.
As part of the student experience, you’ll be provided an en-suite room in the University of Sussex’s halls of residence. However, there will be no need to dine à-le-student on boiled eggs and pasta, as all meals are included. To be eligible for a place, you need to be aged 16 or above by July 2016, and places can be booked at the bottom of the page.
Watch below as Dr. Julia Montgomery of Brighton and Sussex Medical School outlines this unique opportunity.
Some of the highlights of the MSAS conference include:
Oxford’s ‘most acclaimed lecturer’ in Medical Sciences
Advice from medical school admissions tutors
Real world insights and inspiring talks from practising doctors
Hands-on workshops in state-of-the-art university facilities
UKCAT/BMAT from the RSM’s preferred aptitude test experts
Here at The Medic Portal, we are committed to widening access to medicine. We have strong links with the Royal Society of Medicine and Inspiring Futures, to help promote the study of medicine to anyone of any background.
MSAS presents an opportunity to work with Brighton and Sussex Medical School and utilise their innovative widening participation work, leaning on the experience they have gained through the nationally recognised BrightMed programme.
By offering 50% of places on the conference for free to young people who meet widening participation criteria we are able to work towards one of the recommendations of the MSC’s Selecting for Excellence report: to help young people who do not have access to a medical school-run outreach programme.