Oxford College | Ages 16 - 17
Take the first step towards a career in Medicine at the UK’s #1 multi-campus summer school.
During our Medicine course, students develop practical skills and medical knowledge, as well as become a qualified first-aider by the end of the course.
Besides medical theory and practice, we also look at the role of medicine in a wider context to develop students’ critical thinking skills and understanding of important issues in public health.
The goal of Summer Boarding Courses’ Industry Experience is for our students to have a deeper insight into what it is truly like to work and study in their chosen field.
They entail interactive workshops, lectures, and active research projects conducted by highly skilled medics, often in a live working environment in which your discipline is utilised.
Guided by hospital doctors and physicians, our Medicine students will get an invaluable opportunity to see how the subject of Medicine is practised in real-life situations. Everything about our Industry Experience is designed to go beyond what can be learned in a classroom and have a meaningful impact on the direction of your future career.
|Start Date||End Date||Duration||Price|
|Sunday 2nd July 2023||Saturday 15th July 2023||2 Weeks||£5,995|
|Sunday 16th July 2023||Saturday 29th July 2023||2 Weeks||£5,995|
|Sunday 30th July 2023||Saturday 12th August 2023||2 Weeks||£5,995|
Although Medicine is an academically rigorous programme, our compassionate teachers can modify the level of difficulty according to the students’ comfort with English and ability to absorb new information. At SBC we do all we can to keep students on task and to provide a supportive environment.
A minimum level of B2 is advised in order to participate effectively in Medicine.
Every student receives a certificate of completion during the graduation ceremony which we organise at the conclusion of the two-week course.
Students are provided with a great range of SBC materials made by our very own academic team.
Although students needn’t bring notebooks or folders to class, students are urged to bring their own pens.
My experience here has helped me a lot with my academic progress, firstly because medicine is not something I can study in high school and it is what I want to pursue at University and I was able to have an overview of what I want to do in life. I got a deeper knowledge of specific subjects like biology and chemistry. We also had lectures from professors and other med students that made me understand how my life could be in a year’s time.
Experience the perfect preparation for a career that saves lives. Complete the enquiry form below and a member of our expert admissions team will be in touch.