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Access Into Medical School: Guide - Your community for widening participation in medicine: UCAT training, BMAT training, mock interviews and mentorship.
This mentorship programme has entry
requirements that are specific to where you live.
We also run a generic programme that is for students that live anywhere in the UK: National Mentorship Scheme.
This free scheme offers evidence-based support and 1:1
sessions with a mentor to all participants for a minimum of 2 years. This
opportunity is for young people that meet all of the following:
Places are limited to 25 students per year and we actively prioritise places for students that meet
widening participation criteria.
Free mentorship to help improve your application to medical school:
This scheme is completely free for students and schools. Priority is given to students
that meet widening participation criteria defined by UK medical schools. This data is also utilised by
our admissions calculator and we update this exhaustive list twice a year.
Medicine applicants that do not meet any of the criteria below are still welcome to apply for a place on
the mentorship scheme. However, the number of available spaces can fluctuate with each year so there may
be zero/limited places for non-widening participation students.
If you meet at least one of the following criteria, you are eligible for
“widening participation” status:
NB: Even if you do not meet any of the above criteria, you can still apply for the mentoring
This mentorship scheme is offered by AIMS.Guide. We have tried to answer the frequently asked
questions on the main mentorship page. If you’re ready to start, request an application
form now. Otherwise, please do not hesitate to email us!
Applications for the mentorship scheme are currently closed. We will be opening entry for the next mentorship scheme intake around May of this year.
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