online event for parents
A parent guide to the medical school application process
Tuesday 19th July, 6-7pm UAE time
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Online event for parents
How to support students with their medical school application
- a step-by-step overview of the medical application process in UK, UAE and USA-
Event open to PARENTS, as well as school students (Year 9 - Year 12) who are thinking of applying to medicall school
An overview and timeline of the medical school application process in UK, UAE and USA
How does it work and what do I need to do?
A chance for the parents to find out how to best support their children during the medical school application
Delivered by London-based doctor and lecturer, Dr. Bogdan
Opportunities for students to increase their chances
Parent Q&A session
Parents often have very different questions compared to students, so this one-hour online event is specifically designed for parents how want to know more about how the medical school application process works. It is open to anyone: from those who are at the very beginning of the journey and are just curios about what steps the students need to take in the following years in order to apply to medicine, to those who already know the process and want to keep up-to-date with the latest opportunities.
This event will give parents a step-by-step guide and overview of the medical school application process in the UK, UAE and USA and what it takes for a student to be in the top 10% applicants. We welcome parents whose students are in the following years: Year 9, Year 10, Year 11 or Year 12.
Parents will have the chance to ask any questions about the medical school application process and her the ;latest opportunities for students: from work experience events to 1:1 mentoring programmes.
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“Thank you so much for organizing such a wonderful event yesterday! I’m so glad to have been a part of it and it was extremely informative and useful, not just for my medical application but has significantly motivated me to become a part of this profession in the future.
— A.Z., Hong Kong