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The NCS Med School was set up to provide a dedicated service to those students who aspire to study medicine, dentistry and veterinary science at some of the world’s leading universities.
With students securing over 100 medicine and dentistry offers every year, NCS Med School has quickly established a local and national reputation for supporting students with their applications. The NCS Med School consists of a team of dedicated experts and is ably led by Ms Gates, who is the Director of Medical and Dentistry Admissions.
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The NCS Med School is absolutely amazing. They help with every single step of the medical application process. - Rafiah
The NCS Med School give us accounts for a website called Medify and that was the best thing for the UCAT. Normally you would have to pay for that account but The NCS provides it to us for free. - Khadija
The NCS Med School provided me with work placements in an NHS Hospital. I got to shadow junior doctors and registrars. Seeing surgery and being in A&E really opened my eyes to the world of medicine. - Juanita
Whilst I had a lot of tribulations at The NCS, it was also one of those things where I would never ever take it back. I learned so much at The NCS. So much more than just books. So much about life. So much of knowing to stick through the tough times. That atmosphere taught me to never give in to the challenges. I would definitely recommend it to any students that want to go far. - Lukenny
“52 pupils at Newham Collegiate Sixth Form in East Ham have been offered places at leading universities, including Oxford and Cambridge, to study medicine in September.”
“Newham Collegiate runs a dedicated medicine degree access programme which includes work experience placements shadowing doctors, as well as interview prep panels with medics plus masterclasses on applying for Oxbridge and Russell Group universities.”
Discover how The NCS’ deployment of technology allowed our students to immediately switch to online learning on the very first day of the lockdown imposed in March 2020. ...