A scheme to support Year 12 pupils, learners and students in their last year of studies with their applications to study Medicine. March: Introduction to the program April: Work experience May: C21 Cardiff University Medical School Curriculum May: Talks with a number of professional doctors June: Swansea University Medical School Curriculum June: Studying through the medium of Welsh and the Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol Scholarship July: Alternative pathways to Medicine August: Summer break September: Question and answer session on the Personal Statement October: Traditional medical interviews November: MMI Interviews December: Interviews REGISTER BELOW (Registration closing date - 4 February 2022):
Tomorrow's Doctors 4 2021-2022
The Tomorrow's Doctors scheme is designed to support learners who are in the first year of their studies in our Further Education colleges, and in year 12 in our schools, who speak Welsh and want to apply to study Medicine at university. The scheme offers specialist support from Cardiff University and Swansea University staff involved in the application process. With the support of university staff, the following workshops will be organised: March: Introduction, Paned a Chlonc with Menai Evans, Sara Whittam, Sara Vaughan. April: Work experience with Llinos Roberts May: Curriculum C21 with Rhian Goodfellow and How to Choose a Course with Cardiff University Medical Students May: Study through the medium of Welsh and the CCC scholarship with Awen Iorweth and Alun Owens June: Writing a Personal Statement July: Alternative Routes to Medicine with Alwena Morgan and [Siwan Iorwerth and Ffraid Gwenllian TBC] September: Speed Dating with professional doctors! October: Personal Statement question and answer session November: Predparing for MMIs December: Preparing for MMIs
Tomorrow's Doctors Workshop
This is a resource for prospective medical students on the Tomorrow’s Doctors 3 scheme. It covers topics like gaining work experience within health and care and what to include in the personal statement.