Summer medicine course in Cambridge University Summer Academic Camp
- Age of participants: 13-15 16-18 years
- Duration: 2 weeks
- Maximum size of group: 12 people
- Level of English: high
- Number of lessons per week: 20.
The course gives students an understanding of how the learning process will be structured if they are enrolled in bachelor's programs in medical specialties. Students gain a deeper understanding of some of the most important aspects of medical science and are acquainted with key achievements and new research within the discipline. Topics of the course are centered around medical biology and anatomy, ethics and philosophy. In addition, students of the biological field can attend BMAT (BioMedical Admissions Test) seminars, a test that can be used as an entrance exam for candidates for courses in medicine, veterinary medicine, biomedical science and dentistry and is considered in some universities. Also conducted studying sessions for the UKCAT (UK Clinical Aptitude Test) - an examination of the British Association of Schools of Medicine and Dentistry. In general, the courses in medicine allow students in a short time to expand their skills and knowledge and prepare for university studies. All participants receive certificates.