The HYMS offers a variety of activities for young people to help raise aspirations and encourage progression into medicine.

During 2020/21, our Access and Outreach programmes will be delivered virtually with some face-to-face events. We will be guided by government guidelines and University policy. We will work directly with programme participants and our school and college partners to keep you informed of progress.

HYMS is a joint medical school between the Universities of Hull and York. Activities take place at both the Hull and York campuses.

Some examples of the activities we offer include work placements, summer residentials, interactive workshops to develop students' Problem Based Learning (PBL) and clinical skills, talks given to students in schools and mock interviews. Book your place and find out more about our activities for aspiring medical students (hyms.ac.uk).

Pre-16 activities

We also offer a range of pre-16 activities for aspiring medicine students.

Excellence Hub (Years 7 to 13)

Students can also take part in a range of medicine-themed events through the Excellence Hub for Yorkshire and Humber, a collaboration between the universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York.