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Aspiring Medics

Melanin Medics is dedicated to equipping aspiring medics with the knowledge and support needed to successfully apply to study Medicine. Since our establishment as an organisation in 2017, we have seen an increase in the number of African-Caribbean medical students in the UK! Despite this, we are aware that African-Caribbeans are still underrepresented in Medicine and we are dedicated to ensuring that this increase continues. Check out how we can help you with your Medicine Application below!

How we can help you

Application Process

A  guide featuring the essential components of a Medicine Application 

Mentorship Programme

Be mentored by a medical student or a doctor

Personal Statement Review

Receive feedback on your Medical Personal Statement for FREE


Admissions Test Resource provided by Medic Mind for WP students

Interview Preparation

1-1 Skype Mock Interview Sessions with the MM Team to help prepare you 


Contact the MM Team or Medical School Reps with any enquiries you have

Studying Medicine Abroad

Thinking about studying abroad and what to know more about the process


We hold a number of events throughout the year for prospective Medics

Join our Aspiring Medics Network

  • UK based African-Caribbean GCSE Students (Year 10 & 11), A-Level Students or University Students

  • Parents of UK based African-Caribbean Aspiring Medics



Many dream of becoming a Doctor from a young age and some may only have decided recently but that is only the beginning. For those wanting to pursue a career in Medicine, this is a decision not to be taken lightly. The application process in itself is tough let alone the journey to become a Doctor itself, so we want to make sure you are prepared.

A Guide to Getting Into Medical School

A step by step guide featuring the essential components of a Medicine Application 

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Personal Statement Reviewing Service 

We know just how important your Personal Statement is when applying to Medical School, that is why we have a established the Melanin Medics Personal Statement Reviewing Service dedicated to helping prospective African-Caribbean Medical Students with their personal statement. Your personal statement may be reviewed at least once and the best thing is that it is FREE. 

From the 5th of September to the 1st of October

To have your personal statement reviewed, simply click the button below.

Receive email notifications when your review is complete
Honest and constructive feedback
Suggestions inserted using direct alterations, tracked changes and inserted comments
Structured feedback using our highly successful proforma
Experienced medical student and doctor reviewers
Receive your personal statement back within 3-5 days

Medical School Interview Preparation 

The Melanin Medics team will be providing FREE one-to-one virtual mock interview sessions for medical school applicants of Black African and Caribbean heritage including students of mixed-race heritage, providing tailored advice and feedback. 

Sessions will be made available to prospective African and Caribbean medical students who have applied to study Medicine at a UK medical school. Sessions available will be weekday evenings and weekend midday.

The Interviews are available within a 2 week period (In January). Dates will be confirmed.

For medical students & doctors:

For student applicants (mock interviews will commence in January):

Experienced medical student and doctor interviewers
Receive honest and constructive feedback
Receive a Melanin Medics Interview Preparation e-guide
Sessions last for 1 hour and 20 minutes
Structured feedback using our standardised scoring system
Tailored advice specific to the Medical School 
Personal Statement

FREE Medical School Interview Preparation Guide

Curated by the Melanin Medics Team to support you as you prepare for your medical school interview. 


Click the button below to download your guide for FREE.

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The Envision Med Programme

The Envision Med Programme is a 15-month programme designed for year 12 students of Black African and Caribbean heritage, including students of mixed race heritage who have aspirations to study Medicine in the UK

The programme has been developed  to ensure that there is a good balance between excelling academically and participating in activities that will enrich students both personally and professionally while gaining insight into the medical field. 


The students are paired with a mentor who is a current medical student and they will receive one-one virtual mentoring sessions over the course of the year. 

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