The subject of Medicine interests many students, however they won’t all become doctors. Teams of scientists, engineers and mathematicians work alongside medical doctors, helping them to understand the spread of disease, discover better treatments and cures, and develop technology to aid more accurate diagnosis and treatment.
Medicine – Not Just About Medics events provide more information about how STEM degrees can link to the field of Medicine, and why STEM is important for medical advancement. Students will get involved in hands-on practicals, from Chemistry, Physics, Food Science, Engineering, Health and Biosciences.
For enquiries or more information, please contact the STEM@Leeds Team at STEM@leeds.ac.uk.
These events are open to pupils in Years 10 and 11 and interested in studying science at A-Level. They’re designed for those who have an interest in Medicine, but want to explore other medically related STEM degrees and career prospects.
Students must be accompanied by a teacher or member of staff. However, if other students feel they would benefit from this event, please let us know and we can place them on a reserve list.
There is a maximum of 10 students per school.
You can access the Medicine, Not Just About Medics booklet by clicking here
Please note that parking is limited and it will not be possible to arrange campus parking on the day.
If you think you will require a parking space, please request this when you confirm your attendance.
We will endeavour to accommodate all parking requests but cannot guarantee they will be met. The cost for parking is a flat day rate of £7 per vehicle.
All risk assessments will be sent to you along with arrival information.
If you anticipate that you will be arriving late, the numbers in your group change or for any reason you can no longer attend the event, please contact us as soon as possible to allow alternative arrangements to be made, as some sessions are only viable with minimum numbers.
Please review our Cancellation Policy prior to confirming your attendance.
Please review our Participant Code of Conduct prior to confirming your attendance.
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