Final Call: Medical and Dental Work Experience

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Understanding the pivotal role that work experience plays in shaping a student’s perspective on their future career, we’re delighted to extend an invitation to students to participate in our FREE 6-month medical or 4-month dental virtual work experience programme.

This is the LAST CHANCE for students to explore specialties in Emergency Medicine or Dental Hygiene before the next rotation begins next week. Aimed to provide students with insights into the medical and dental fields, this free virtual work experience empowers students to make informed decisions about their future.

Students can find out more here:


To ensure you don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity, students need to attend Medic Mentor’s upcoming Get Into Medicine or Get Into Dentistry conference, granting  IMMEDIATE ACCESS to the Virtual Work Experience programmes.


By attending a Free LIVE Virtual Get Into Conference and completing the free virtual work experience programme, students will also receive a ‘Highly Commended’ reference from the Presidents at Medic Mentor. This reference is a powerful addition to boost your medical school applications and C.V. It can be proudly listed on your UCAS application under the section for ‘conferences you have attended which have prepared you for higher education’.


If  students haven’t attended a Get Into Conference but would like to join the Virtual Work Experience, they can sign up for the next upcoming conferences on these dates:


For aspiring Doctors: FREE LIVE VIRTUAL Get Into Medicine conference dates:

Saturday 3rd February, 9:30am – 3:30pm
Sunday 4th February, 9:30am – 3:30pm
Saturday 10th February, 9:30am – 3:30pm

For aspiring Dentists: FREE LIVE VIRTUAL Get Into Dentistry conference date:

Saturday 24th February, 9:30am – 3:30pm


Students and parents can register for free at these links:

Throughout these conferences, students will have the chance to interact directly with doctors, dentists, and medical and dental students LIVE. They’ll gain critical information to make a competitive application to study medicine or dentistry at university.

Students aged 14 – 18 are invited to attend with a parent or guardian, equipped with a working camera and microphone.