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Careers Conferences for students who want to study medicine – apply now for places on the 2014 courses


  • 8 February 2014, University College London
  • 1 March 2014, The University of Manchester
  • 29 March 2014, University College London

To see the poster for this event click epoc improve your chances of becoming a doctor

All events are on Saturdays, 10.00am to 4.30pm.

What can Improve Your Chances of Becoming a Doctor do for you?

This one-day event will help you decide whether medicine is the career for you, and will give you an advantage in your application.

Medical Schools are looking for highly motivated candidates, who have done their research. They also look for proactive students who can demonstrate that they are properly prepared for of one of the toughest, yet most rewarding careers.

We give students the information they need to help them to decide the best path for their future. This conference gives a rounded, unbiased and fair perspective of medical careers.

You will:

  • Hear practical tips on getting into medical school
  • Understand what admissions tutors, university selection committees and interview panels are looking for
  • Improve your UCAS application and interview technique
  • Gain advice on getting into the medical profession
  • Find out about the realities of daily life in the medical profession
  • Speak to doctors and medical students about their experiences
  • Discuss your alternatives: the academic options and alternative careers
  • Experience a university / medical school environment


99.5% of attendees wrote that the conference addressed their needs

For more information go to http://www.epoc.org.uk/medical-careers/


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