Medic Mentor

Medicine Summer Schools

Get comprehensive mentoring support to submit the best Medical application that you can!

Medic Mentor’s Medicine summer school Timetable

For a detailed timetable, please refer to the Summer School Prospectus below.
Monday: Introduction to UCAS and medical wider knowledge (medical ethics, NHS structure, current affairs, significant organisations, professionalism, landmark discoveries and important figures in medicine and surgery)
Tuesday and Wednesday: 1-2-1 personal statement tutoring and completion of final draft.
Thursday: UKCAT teaching Friday: BMAT teaching (optional for those studying for the BMAT) or personal statement remedial sessions, or additional interview preparation
Saturday:: Interview theory and mock interviews in the morning, individual UCAS consultations in the afternoon to help decide on course choices.

When can I attend? There are 3 weeks to choose from each year!

  • For current Year 12s and S5 students attending in 2019:
    29th July – 3rd August (FULL),
    5th – 10th August (5 spaces remaining)
    and 12 – 17th August (8 spaces remaining). 
  • For current Year 11s and S4 students attending in 2020 (please note that we are currently at 50% capacity):
    27th July – 31st July 2020
    3rd – 7th August 2020
    and 10th – 14th August 2020 
  • For current Year 10s and S3 students attending in 2021:
    26th July – 29th July 2021
    2nd – 6th August 2021
    and 7th – 13th August 2021.


All Summer School dates are outside of term time and date swaps are allowed (subject to availability), and priority is given to students who have already registered.

Group sizes

There are 20 students in 1 class, and students are put into smaller groups of 4-5 students per mentor. There will also be additional mentors looking after the students as a whole and an on site 24 hour resident social worker and counsellor, to provide additional pastoral support for students, when needed. Students are supervised throughout and will be staying in university halls of accommodation. Students will not be conducting activities off campus at any point during the Summer School Programme.

How Can I Register? 

You can secure your place with a deposit and then spread the remaining tuition fee in interest-free monthly instalments, or make a one-off tuition fee payment for the whole amount.

The deposit is non-refundable and is used to cover the costs of your accommodation.Alternatively, you can register by paying the tuition fees in full (£2500 inc VAT) in one payment, but this includes the non-refundable deposit.

Instalment Options

For 2019: Deposit of £358 and 6 monthly instalments of £358/month

For 2020: Deposit of £250 and 15 instalments of £150/month

For 2021: Deposit £250 and 29 instalments of £78/month

For more details about the tuition fees or to register, select one of the options below:


What is the Medical Leadership Programme?

The School Ambassador Programme is open to secondary school students in all years. It is the only national medical leadership programme for aspiring doctors, dentists and vets.  The programme provides students with 3 additional teaching days (1 Sunday per term) to help students develop important transferable skills and knowledge that will best prepare them for their future careers.  It also gives students extra opportunities to work with a variety of doctors, vets and dentists throughout the year.  This ensures that we can provide you with ongoing face-to-face mentoring to help you start thinking and acting like medical students in time for your interviews in Year 13 and S6.


Applying for Funded Places

There are 2 ways to enter the Medical Leadership Programme.  You can apply for a funded place as a School Ambassador, or enrol onto the Medic Mentor Residential Summer School for the maximum level of support.

Medic Mentor provide 6 funded places per school (3 for year 10-12/S3-S5 and 3 for year 13/S6).  These School Ambassador positions are awarded based on a competitive application from individual students. There is no deadline for the application, but as soon as we receive a sufficient number of high quality applications to fulfil the places at your school, applications for students at your school will close.  The online application form can be found at the link below. 






When and where are the meetings?

Scotland 16th June  

London 7th July

Birmingham 21st July

Scotland 15th September

London 22nd September

Birmingham 17th November


There are 3 locations to choose from: London, Scotland and Birmingham.  You must attend 2 out of 3 meetings or you will be withdrawn from the programme.  January 2020 dates will become available in the Summer.   



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