Learn about a wide range of medical topics, and how to apply this knowledge to patients in different settings.
Understand how to communicate with patients effectively, and learn how to perform physical examinations with a stethoscope!
Learn how to suture wounds and how to perform first aid and CPR – all important practical skills that doctors use every day!
Dear Mustafa, Osama and Maryam, I just wanted to say a massive thank you for all of your help last weekend. I really learnt so much and it did truly give me an insight into medicine which I will definitely remember. I not only learnt heaps of information about medicine and the application process to medicine but also had a really great time learning new skills such as suturing! If you could please pass on my thanks to the other tutors I would be most grateful. Best wishes and thanks again,
All our tutors are either qualified doctors or senior medical students – all of them are fully CRB checked and have a wealth of experience in teaching students of all ages. They really are a friendly bunch and will be more than happy to answer any questions you might have!
TasteMedicine is designed for secondary school and A-level students, from 11-18 years. The majority of our students that attend are GCSE or A-level students, as this is when most students start thinking about university, but we do also get a lot of keen younger students on each course who enjoy it just as much!
Currently all our courses run at the Imperial College campus in South Kensington, London.
The TasteMedicine course runs over 2 days – each day runs from 09:30-18:00. Students can choose to attend one or both days of the course.
One of the main benefits of the course is that it gives students many new experiences and a real taste of what studying medicine is like, giving them plenty to write about in their personal statements and to talk about during interviews. There’s also set time on each day of the course to focus on this area – our tutors are very experienced in advising students on applying to medical school, and will be happy to answer any and every question. You can also always get in touch with us via email with any questions you forget to ask!
Yes, we provide a certificate of attendance to each student that attends the course.
Our payments are taken via PayPal (PayPal is the largest online payment processor and gives you the highest online security). You don’t need a PayPal account – you can simply pay online with any major credit or debit card.
We are happy to issue a full refund for any course booking if you give us at least 21 days prior to the course to cancel your place. If the cancellation is later than this, unfortunately we will not be able issue a refund, but we can arrange to transfer your booking to a course on a different date. Alternatively, if you know someone else who would like to attend the course in your place, we can transfer your place to them.