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At Medical Projects, we understand how competitive and challenging it can be gaining a place on a medicine course at university or Medical School. Along with excellent grades, you need to make sure you stand out from the crowd with exceptional work experience and a clear understanding of why medicine is the career for you – this is where Medical Projects can assist.

We focus on delivering exceptional learning experiences, by bringing together expert tutors in the most innovative teaching facilities around the world; to create memorable once in a life time experiences for students. We run hospital based courses in incredible locations such as Tanzania, Sri Lanka and the UK, as well as one day courses either on location at hospitals or delivered directly in schools. Our global partnerships mean students have access to outstanding educators during their time with us, who provide an extensive insight into life as a doctor, application processes and preparation for university/Medical School and clinical skills training, as well as fundamental medical knowledge and experiences that students can relay in their personal statement and interviews.   

Overall, our courses act as the catalyst for any passionate pre-medical students’ career, supplying them with an invaluable head start into the world of medicine and getting them one step closer to achieving their ambitions.


Our UK Hospital Experience provides students with a realistic insight into working life at a busy emergency department, during a one-week residential course. Using high-tech medical teaching technology, students will take on the role of a doctor, diagnosing and treating patients with a variety of emergency conditions. Alongside this, our application advice means students leave London with an understanding of why they’re passionate about pursuing a career in medicine and ready to apply to medical school.


Join us in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania for 1-4 weeks and shadow doctors across a variety of hospital departments. Students spend an average of 25 hours per week in one of our partner hospitals, watching surgeries, taking part in ward rounds, or attending outpatient clinics. Topped off with a day of community volunteering and local cultural experience, Kilimanjaro is a fantastic place to gain valuable career insight, while experiencing an incredible culture and observing how different hospitals operate overseas. 


Based in the beautiful coastal city of Galle, students in Sri Lanka can spend anywhere from 1-4 weeks soaking up the amazing South Asian culture, while shadowing local doctors and healthcare staff in both our public and private partner hospitals. Students can then spend their free time relaxing on Sri Lanka’s pristine beaches, searching for elephants on a weekend safari, or volunteering at our partner turtle sanctuary. 


The Medic Insight Day provides a snapshot of working life at a hospital for students interested in a career in healthcare. Follow our simulated patient on their journey through the hospital and learn some exciting hands-on clinical skills along the way. 


When it comes to submitting university applications, it can be difficult to know how to make the most of school work, extra-curricular activities and work experience. This one day course will provide you with the framework needed to ensure your personal statement, experiences and interview answers stand out among an equally-gifted crowd

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