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Mentorship to Health was established to tackle the socioeconomic inequality that exists within the healthcare system and applying to university. Our programme supports primarily state school students who wish to pursue healthcare related careers.
We currently cater to students who are interested in studying Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, and Midwifery. We plan to expand to other healthcare subjects, so please notify us if you are interested in a different subject. Our programme includes the following:
Some themes we cover in our talks and workshop:
Choosing a University
Work Experience, How, What, When.
How to Write a Personal Statement
Applying to Oxbridge
Gateway and Widening Participation Programmes
Welfare and Preparing for Year 13
Preparing for UCAT and BMAT
Preparing for university
Once students have graduated from our programme and entered into university they are automatically enrolled into our Alumni Scheme. We know that students from certain backgrounds have a higher drop-out rate than other backgrounds. We aim to stop this from happening by providing support. Students remain with their mentors and join a network of students studying across the country. There are annual events for the Alumni to network and support each other through university.
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