CATS college introduces new fast-track route for entry to top Medical Schools
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CATS College proudly announces a new Fast-track Medics Programme, offering intensive preparation for entry to a top UK medical school in one academic year delivered in two of the UK’s finest academic centres, Cambridge and Bloomsbury, one of the best colleges in London.
The new programme, designed for focused, high-achieving students, consists of a rigorous four week intensive pre-sessional programme, followed by one academic year of Fast-track A Levels in Biology, Chemistry and Physics (or Maths).
Throughout the course students will benefit from weekly two hour seminars, covering essential medical issues, as well as presentation and interview training and developing their critical thinking skills in preparation for university selection processes.
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The Medics Programme Leader oversees all students on the programme, providing complete support. University guidance and applications are tailored to each individual’s particular strengths and career goals thus giving them the best chance of success.
UCAS applications, personal statements, university visits and careers fairs enhance CATS College Medics students applications, as well as rigorous BMAT/UKCAT examination preparation.
All Medics students will undertake a series of work experience and volunteer placements. UK work experience is undertaken at institutes such as the University of Cambridge Addenbrookes Hospital and specialist cardiothoracic hospital, Papworth Hospital where students have the unique opportunity to shadow Doctor’s and Consultants.
About CATS college
CATS college is part of the Cambridge Education Group. The CEG has been helping UK and international students achieve their best since 1952. As the leading independent provider of academic, creative and English language programmes in the UK, local specialists with global reach.
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