National Healthcare Weekend for Veterinary
These courses are ideal for students in years 10-12 or S3-S5. Parents are encouraged to attend and participate – usually making up half of the audience! The dynamic nature of the conference means that the course programme and speakers will be different at each event. However, every conference offers a wealth of information and experiences from a range of Medic Mentors from different backgrounds, whilst ensuring that essential content is covered during the programme.
Dates and Locations
Stirling 2nd November 2019
London 23rd November 2019
Registration starts at 9.30am. Course starts are 10.00am. The course finishes at 5.30pm. There are breaks at several points in the day. The lunch break lasts 45 minutes and these are valuable opportunities to speak with the Mentors and ask questions. We cannot provide lunch or refreshments as these are not allowed at the venues, so please bring your own packed lunch with you.
Please note that the final programme will be emailed out to delegates 1 week prior to the course start date and they will be available to collect on the day.
Please note that we do not post tickets because people often lose them ahead of the conference. Please bring a copy of your order confirmation which will be emailed to you automatically once you have registered for your places online.
You will then receive a more detailed email about exact lecture theatres, parking etc. from admin roughly 2 weeks prior to the course start date as soon as the venue has completed their final IT testing in the rooms.
If you would like some advice before you register give us a ring on the Mentor Helpline number 01530 417299. In order to maintain the integrity and enjoyment of aspiring medics, and their parents at National Healthcare Weekends, and to improve our robust safeguarding policy, all students under the age of 18, must attend with a parent/guardian or designated responsible adult.
Register for Day 1 'Insight into Veterinary Medicine Conference'
A range of different presentations from vets and veterinary students to give an overview of this vast career
Life as a veterinary student
CV Boosting Opportunities
Register for Low-income students
If you are a student who is either on a free school meals programme, or come from a family with an income of less than £25,000 then you (and your parents) are eligible for free places via the Student Diversity Fund. This is a Fund that has been set up by Medic Mentor to ensure that students from all backgrounds can have access to the same high quality information. We are committed to widening access to medicine, and teach roughly 600 widening access students each year.
Our Mission & Vision
Medic Mentor reinvests proceeds back into our students by providing the UK’s largest medical scholarship programme and a variety of free mentoring initiatives. We support talented students from application to graduation! Get in touch with us to find out more.
Postal enquiries: Medic Mentor, Room 3.3.2, Storey House, White Cross Business Park, Lancaster, LA1 4XQ
Available Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Allied Healthcare Mentor Virtual Work Experience
We also have Virtual Work Experience sessions for those of you that are interested in the Allied Healthcare Professions. To access information about these sessions, please visit: https://alliedhealthmentor.org