Study Medicine in the UK
Medicine Application Service
Medicine courses are among the hardest and most competitive programmes for a Nigerian student to join. With 32 medical schools in the UK to choose from, we offer specialist advice on which institution is right for you, ensuring your application stands out.
The Medicine Service assesses your academic background and ensures you are qualified to apply. We then select suitable medical schools for you to apply to, before editing your personal statement and ensuring you have sat the relevant tests, such as the UKCAT or BMAT. If accepted for an interview, you will take part in interview practice with a doctor who sits on the admissions panel of a London medical school.
Your Medicine application
The Medicine Service will do the following to maximise your chances of securing an offer:
- Pre-screen your transcripts and ensure you are eligible to apply
- Advice on choosing the right medical school
- Help applying to six medical schools in the UK (usually you can only apply to four)
- Provide a checklist of documents required by the universities
- Ensure you meet all deadlines for additional tests i.e. BMAT and UKCAT
- Provide a reading list to thoroughly prepare you for a medicine course and interview
- Advice on what work experience to complete prior to your application
- 60-minutes of interview practice with a practicing surgeon who sits on the admissions panel of a London medical school
- Edit all supporting documents, including your personal statement, CV and reference letters
- Fill in the university application forms and track your application after submission
Apply to study Medicine
To learn more, arrange your free consultation today.
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