We work with over 5,000 students, from more than 200 schools and colleges each year. We offer events and activities for Year 5-13 students that are fun, practical and informative, giving students a real insight into the healthcare professions.
Primary school activities
|Primary practice||An after-school club for primary school students to learn more about medicine and healthcare.||Years five and six|
|Experiments roadshows||Puts the science that students learn at school into real-life medical and healthcare contexts, and provides age appropriate advice on entry routes and the application process.||Years five and six|
|Experiments roadshows||Puts the science that students learn at school into real life medical and healthcare contexts, and provides age appropriate advice on entry routes and the application process.||Years seven to 11|
|Clinical Skills Taster Days||Offers a full day at St George’s giving a taster of the clinical skills practised by healthcare professionals.||Years eight to 13|
|Spring and Summer Schools||Lively, interactive courses designed to increase awareness of a range of educational and career opportunities in medicine and healthcare and give participants an insight into studying healthcare subjects at university.||Years seven to 12|
|School and college visits||St George’s staff and student ambassadors deliver talks on applying to university, the university selection process, student life and student finance, as well as subject specific presentations on Medicine, Physiotherapy, Radiography, Biomedical Science, Paramedic Science and Healthcare Science. Please get in touch.||Years 10 to 13|
|Work experience and reflection workshop||An interactive exploration of what form and types of experience are relevant to the application process for healthcare courses, and why.||Years 11 to 13|
|Interview preparation||How to prepare for the medicine interview process, in particular the Multi Mini Interview (MMI).||Years 12 and 13|
|Open days and tours
||Open to prospective students. Find out what it's like to study at St George's.||Years 11 to 13|
Our events will often be supported by our student ambassadors, these are current students from all courses and years who we have recruited to represent us. All ambassadors have completed a Disclosure and Barring Service check before starting work, and receive specialist training in working with young people, presentation skills and health and safety.
Student ambassadors act as role models, talk about their own experiences of higher education and encourage students to aim high.
Our schools and college events are arranged directly through schools and colleges. Please contact us to find out if your institution is a priority school/college so we can keep you informed about future events.
Tel: +44 (0)20 8266 6483
Last Updated: Tuesday, 01 December 2015 16:32