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University of Oxford /
University of Cambridge
Medicine Summer Camp

13-15  /  16-18  /  19-25  years old

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Introduction & Fees

  • Medicine is an extremely competitive course, and you’ll need to do everything you can to catch the eye of the medical school admissions tutors and show them that you have what it takes to succeed on this challenging course

  • Give you the edge when applying for medical school with hands-on experience, critical thinking and skills desired in these programs, and invaluable guidance and insider tip with your university application

  • Visits and observations in the desired field with excursions and field trips specially designed to introduce you to this faculty, meet  practicing professionals, acclaimed professors, and lecturers that will give you advice, answer your questions, and open your eyes to its daily practice

  • We offer potential students insights and transferable skills in the competitive and highly demanding field of medicine; offering students an invaluable experience and a step ahead of other potential applicants

  • Make valuable connections and connect and meet students that are interested in the same field as you continue to progress and be part of this elite profession

  • Located at University of Oxford/University of Cambridge: students can experience medical excellence and academics at the prestigious university

  • Plan ahead:  Our Medical School Preparation programme seeks to build a strong application as well as increased confidence in what is required of a medical student

  • Engage in practical skills workshops, using real training equipment and trying out a variety of tasks from dissection to stitching

  • This practical experience is often invaluable, giving you a key edge over other applicants

  • Suitable for students between 13-15 years old (Introduction to medicine), 16-18 years old (Medical school preparation),
    19-25 years old (International Medical Research and Practice)

  • Time: 2 weeks, dates:
    June 9th - June 22nd (full), 
    June 23rd-July 6th,
    July 7th-July 20th,
    July 21st-Aug 3rd,
    Aug 4th -Aug 17th,
    Aug 18th -Aug 31st 

Fee: $26500 HKD/week, including:

  • Medical tuition

  • Afternoon extracurricular activities and night time team games

  • 1 day of excursions

  • School boarding and 3 meals

  • Transportation and pick up to and from Heathrow airport on Sundays

  • School books and study materials

$500 HKD application fee for:

  • Completion of all registration forms ​required by the University of Oxford

  • Completion of all forms required by the government of home and host country (additional fees as per home country for issuance of UK visa if your passport carrying country is not visa fee)

  • Issuance of school letter, enrollment letter, place of accommodation letter, and confirmation of care of minor letter in the United Kingdom as required by the Immigration of the United Kingdom

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Accommodation & Meals

  • Forge friendships with like-minded and academically motivated young people interested in the same field

  • Formal end of summer graduation party

  • Boarding school with 24 hours live-in staff supervision

  • Accommodated in comfortable single or twin rooms of same gender

  • Dedicated team of program directors and counsellors to ensure that students are looked after pastorally, culturally and socially during their programme 24 hours a day


Medical Tuition & Activities

  • Achieve a head start on the road to medical school

  • Learn the basics of anatomy and the science behind medicine

  • 20 hours  medical tuition per week

  • Small class size of 15 students

  • Practical hands on workshop and training, and site visits to various medical facilities for real life experiences

  • Practical, hands-on skills, such as cannulation, injection and testing reflexes

  • Laboratory skills

  • To further enhance the abroad experience, guest lecturers from different fields of specialization will share and speak with students

  • Talks and debates with world-class guest speakers

  • We include excursions & visits to relevant sites such as university teaching hospitals, museums of surgery, and first-aid training centres

  • Extensive selection of cultural programs

  • Report card, Certificate of studies, and graduation ceremony at the end of your stay

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Introduction to Medicine:
 13-15 years old

(at Oxford/Cambridge)

Key Aims : to provide students with an early insight into life as a doctor and to give them a head start in the knowledge required to pursue this career   

We will introduce students to the exciting discipline of Medicine, aiming to help students on the path to pursuing Medicine at university and as a career. Students will engage in theoretical study of human anatomy and associated topics, alongside interactive skills sessions to help them develop key competencies for their future studies, such as presentation and interpersonal skills. Students will also have the chance to try out some simple practical procedures.


Through both practical and theoretical exposure to the challenging and exciting world of Medicine, students will learn the basics of medical science and get the chance to assess whether they would be suited to the medical sector in the future.


By the end of this course, students will have:

  • Learnt the basics of anatomy and the science behind medicine

  • Developed new skills in practical skills workshops

  • Considered and made plans for their future career paths

  • Gained a head start on the road to medical school


Click HERE for Sample weekly timetable plus, excursions, and extracurricular activities options (for reference only)  

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Medical School Preparation:
16-18 years old

(at Oxford/Cambridge)

The Medical School Preparation summer course is geared towards students aged between sixteen and eighteen who want to apply to medical school and ultimately become a doctor. If you’ve set your sights on studying medicine, the Medical School preparation summer programme helps you prepare a strong application for this incredibly competitive and challenging university course, as well as introducing you to how medicine is taught at various UK universities.  


This course will be an invaluable headstart for your application to study medicine at university, as well as providing you with relevant experiences that you will be able to discuss in your personal statement and interviews.


The BMAT exam – also known as the BioMedical Admissions Test – is a crucial part of your application to medical school.  We will familiarise you with what to expect during the exam, and give you plenty of opportunity for practising the test under exam conditions, giving you a headstart over your fellow applicants. We can also explain how the UKCAT (UK Clinical Aptitude Test) works and how you can prepare for it.


With so many exceptionally well-qualified students applying to study medicine, it can be difficult to know how to make your personal statement stand out from the crowd. That’s why we’ve worked lots of personal statement guidance into our Medical School Preparation programme. You can also get personalised advice on how to write your personal statement and actual practice at writing a first draft.


We will teach you different interview techniques and give you the opportunity to sit mock interviews. These are designed to give you experience of likely question styles, as well as highlighting areas for improvement in your answers, which gives you the chance to work through any problems long before you get to the real thing.


Our students tell us they most enjoy practical workshops, which teach you how to perform basic medical procedures, such as blood tests and how to use a stethoscope. These enjoyable but informative workshops introduce you to the kind of tasks you’ll learn when you’re a medical school student, as well as giving you a flavour of the jobs you’ll one day do when you’re a fully fledged doctor.


By the end of the course students will have:

  • Understood what studying medicine at university level involves

  • Identified the medical schools to which they would like to apply

  • Learnt how best to prepare for their application, including writing an effective personal statement

  • Identified the characteristics of successful applicants

  • Understood the structure of entrance exams and know how best to prepare for them

  • Understood and prepared for the BMAT exam

  • Learned about the UKCAT test

  • Participated in a mock interview

Click HERE for Sample weekly timetable plus, excursions, and extracurricular activities options (for reference only)

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International Medical Research and Practice:   
19-25 years old

(only at Oxford)

At the University of Oxford, students will be taught about the anatomy and pathophysiology of disease within the body’s cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal and nervous systems through lab-based dissections and case-based teaching. The course will also have a strong practical focus, with students taught how to examine patients, take a history and interpret key scans and blood tests to allow diagnosis of cases from across the globe. Pharmacology will also be covered, with students exploring drug biochemistry within the walls of the same university where the structure of Penicillin was discovered in 1945.


Through practical tasks such as dissection, students will gain a deep understanding of the intricacies of the heart and its inner workings and get a better understanding of the anatomy of key organs like the lungs. Students will explore the link between research and practice, building on their practical tasks to better understand the common illnesses that can affect these organs, such as COPD, asthma and lung cancer, and learning about their respective treatments. Students will also study the nervous system, investigating its anatomy and function and its disorders such as Parkinson’s.


This course seeks to situate itself within a wider context, and so students will also explore global health topics such: as how the international medical community is working to combat the recent outbreaks of Zika and Ebola; the role of WHO in eradicating smallpox; and the pathophysiology and geography of HIV.


By the end of this course, students will have:

  • Learned about the role of clinical trials and research papers in informing evidence-based medicine

  • Gained a deeper understanding of the heart and anatomy of key organs

  • Studied the nervous system, investigating its anatomy and function and its disorders such as Parkinson’s

  • Explored global health topics

  • Explored the link between research and practice


Click HERE for Sample weekly timetable plus, excursions, and extracurricular activities options (for reference only)


This course is designed for students who are considering applying to British medical schools, who might like to know more about the different courses available and the specific application processes, and who would like to receive some personalised advice on how to start writing their personal statements.


This course will advise students on medical school application best practices, demystifying the process and addressing any concerns they may have. It will guide students through what they need to know before applying, from a discussion of why Medicine might be the course and career for them to the differences between various medical schools and their application processes, with a focus on University of Oxford and University of Cambridge.

Eva, Switzerland


The teacher is able to mix interest, knowledge and humour in one class which makes him such a good teacher. He is able to captivate our minds by showing each of his ideas with concrete arguments and drawings to facilitate an understanding. The subjects are well organised and I think it’s a good way to prepare the medical studies.  We have seen how to prepare an application in the UK universities, we have learned the basic medical theories, we’ve done practical skills and this all together gives us a perfect idea of what studying medicine in the UK is like. Out of 10, I would give this class a rating of 12.

Vladimir, Russia


“Krishnan has benefited from the short and intense programme. Working with a group of international students was an immense learning experience. The course was well planned and the intensity just right, giving the cohort time to interact and play. Krishnan has come away with increased self belief and sense for what it takes to be competitive internationally.”

Ram, Father of Krishnan, India

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3. Confirmation & Payment

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