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STEM Potential Programme

The STEM Potential Programme is designed to support high-achieving students from Year 10 upwards until the end of their studies and eventual application to university. The programme consists of lectures, subject specific workshops and university application guidance, and is underpinned by regular contact with an undergraduate ementor in Year 12 and Year 13.

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Pathways to Medicine

This programme supports students aspiring to be our future doctors to make a strong and informed application to study medicine at university. Applications are accepted from academically able Year 11 students who stand a good chance of meeting the requirements for medical school, but lack the support and/or family background to gain suitable advice and work experience. Over the course of three years, students on the programme attend taster events, students conferences, a summer school and hospital work placement, as well as participating in ementoring with a current medical student.

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