A Level Professional Honours Programme - Applied Medical
Start Date | 02/09/2019
Time/Day | FULL TIME
Is this course for me?This programme has been developed to provide you with the very best opportunities to enable you to develop the essential skills needed to secure your chosen career path and for your future success. We have combined both traditional academic A Level subjects with essential professional related experiences to offer you a comprehensive programme of study. The Applied Medical Professional Honours Programme will prepare you for progression towards specific medical careers. You will gather evidence and gain the necessary skills to support your UCAS application for medical based degrees.
Students undertake a medical related work placement, voluntary and charity work opportunities. These experiences will help you build vital skills and expand your personal development, as well as boosting applications to top universities and employers. The College's strong industry links, combined with its purpose built state-of-the-art facilities, provide the foundations for establishing a dynamic career, with the support of industry experienced professional tutors.
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