Summer Courses
For Ages
13-15 Years, 16-18 Years, 19+ Years
Cambridge, London, Oxford, Yale
Curing the Future: Medicine & Disease

We understand the importance of a comprehensive and rigorous education in the medical field. We are committed to providing the necessary guidance and support to medical professionals who want to have a successful career in medicine.

Medicine is the field of study and practice concerned with maintaining and restoring human health through the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases and injuries. It encompasses a wide range of disciplines and specialties focused on understanding the human body, its functions, and the factors that influence health and disease. Medical professionals work to promote well-being, alleviate suffering, and improve the overall quality of life for individuals and populations.

Supported by expert tutors you will investigate both the practice of medicine and biomedical research, learning from guest speakers and visits to university biomedical labs, simulation centres, and research facilities. Gain practical insight into a career as a Surgeon, Doctor, Nurse, or Allied Health Professional and identify how to navigate the medical school application process.

Great if you're thinking about
  • Identifying the major health challenges facing humanity
  • Planning your pathway to Medical School
  • Pursuing a pre-medical degree at University
  • Becoming a Surgeon, Doctor, Nurse or Allied Health Professional
On this course you will
  • Learn how to identify the varied career professions in medicine and their requirements
  • Explore aspects of medicine from the perspectives of both research and practice
  • Gain invaluable insight into what it takes to work in the medical profession
  • Strengthen your critical thinking, collaboration and communication skills
What's Included in Medication?
  • It is a field of science and practice that works on protecting human health, diagnosing, treating and preventing diseases.
  • There are fields such as general surgery, internal medicine, pediatrics, dermatology, neurology, pulmonology, psychiatry, gynecology and obstetrics, and orthopedics.
  • Common types of diseases include infectious diseases, genetic diseases, metabolic diseases, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, respiratory system diseases, digestive system diseases, neurological diseases and mental health problems.
  • uses a variety of methods to diagnose and treat diseases
  • X-ray, magnetic resonance imaging, computed tomography), endoscopy, biopsy, drug therapy, surgical intervention and rehabilitation.
  • Talks and debates with world-class guest speakers
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Escape ordinary classroom teaching and learn through interactive and immersive lessons.