If you are a year 12 student aspiring to study Medicine, our Summer Residential gives you the opportunity to experience university life as a medical student.
This fully-funded residential runs from Monday 15 July - Friday 19 July 2019 inclusive at the University of Hull campus, with a day visit to the University of York.
The Summer Residential will allow you to explore key skills that you will develop as a medicine student, as well as giving you a first-hand experience of what it is like to study medicine at Hull York Medical School.
The residential is a widening participation scheme designed to support students from backgrounds that are traditionally underrepresented in Higher Education.
What activities will you take part in?
Activities at the Summer Residential include:
- Problem based learning, a form of small group teaching
- Clinical Skills, where you will get a taster of skills students develop for examinations of patients
- Mini-lectures, where you will hear from clinicians and experts in the field
- Bio-practical sessions
- UKCAT preparation sessions
- A day trip to the University of York
- Fun social evenings
After the residential, we will continue to provide you with support through ementoring from August 2018 to January 2019 with a current Hull York Medical School student.
Accommodation and catering
You will be staying in The Courtyard accommodation at the University of Hull, with your own private bedroom and en-suite. Visit the University of Hull website to see the accommodation.
All meals, snacks and drinks will be provided.
Places on the residential are limited and you will need to meet our eligibility criteria below for us to consider your application. We have three entry routes for the 2018 residential listed below as well as academic criteria.
You will need to meet all of the following:
- Have obtained 8 A*- C / 4-9 GCSEs
- Have GCSE Maths and English Language at grade B or 6
- Are currently attending a state school/college
- Are studying Biology and Chemistry at A level
You will also need to meet one of the following:
- You must live within Yorkshire, Humberside or Lincolnshire and meet two of the additional criteria below.
- You must live in an area with low outreach provision as identified by the Medical Schools Council, and meet one additional criteria. The target areas are: Darlington, Hambleton, Kirklees, Middlesborough, North Lincolnshire, Redcar and Cleveland, Scarborough, Selby and Stockton-on-Tees.
- You are part of the Next Step York Programme with the University of York (you will still be asked to provide evidence of additional criteria that you meet)
- Your parent/s has not attended University before
- Your parent/s attended university as a mature student (over the age of 21 when they started their course)
- You live in a neighbourhood which has a low progression rate to higher education (defined by your home postcode, please visit the HEFCE website for details)
- You are entitled to or in receipt of discretionary payments at school/ college e.g. 16-19 bursary, supported travel, free school meals
- You were entitled to or in receipt of free school meals during Years 7-11
- You are a recognised young carer
- You have had personal circumstances which have affected your education. Supporting evidence must be sent to accompany your application.
- Currently living in or have been in local authority care (if you meet this criteria you do not need to meet 1 other)