Mentee Blogs

As part of the In2MedSchool Mentoring Programme, we are offering the opportunity for our Mentees to become bloggers. Whether through medical writing or reflective work, we hope to encourage students to get involved.

You can check out student submissions for the following topics below:


As part of the In2MedSchool Mentoring Programme, we are offering the opportunity for our Mentees to become medical bloggers. This is a great opportunity for them to explore an area that they are particularly interested in, and is great for personal statement writing and preparation for interviews.

You can find more information about making a blog submission here or by visiting the Opportunities section of our website.

We are proud of our Mentees who submitted for the "Please write about a recent study or discovery that you found interesting and explain what you think the implications are for the medical field?" blog including:

  • Vaccination against Covid-19 by Olaoluwa Ogundipe, Year 12/S5 - St Thomas Apostle College

Please check out their entries by clicking here and look out for an update with more entries soon!


Following the success of our Applying to Medicine Conference on the 13th and 14th of February 2021, students had the opportunity to submit an entry for our Reflective Piece Competition. The competition was open to everyone who tuned in to the conference across the two days. And with over 3,000 views, we received a great range of entries from students across the country. Following thorough review and feedback, Top 10 entries were selected.

The Top 10 entries were written by:

  • Riya James, Year 12/S5 - The Becket School

  • Mitra Yaqin, Year 12/S5 - Barnhill community

  • Oscar Mason, Year 12/S5 - Chichester College

  • Zoha Imtiaz, Year 12/S5 - Campion School

  • Beata Aliasevic, Year 12/S5 - Beauchamp City Sixth Form

  • Emma Shixin Fair, Year 11/S4 - Whitmore High School

  • Ayomide Akinsinmide, Year 12/S5 - Caludon Castle School

  • Ahmed Abbas, Year 12/S5 - King Edward VI Camp Hill School for Boys

  • Isobel Elphick, Year 12/S5 - Hardenhuish school

  • Joel Ezana, Year 12/S5 - Hills Road Sixth Form College


You can check the winning entries here. Massive well done to all of you!