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Our Partners             

We are proud to work with various organisations to provide our Mentees with opportunities including grants and bursaries.



The Tom Donaldson Charitable Trust: ‘Trust me, I will be a Doctor’ was set up in 2018 in memory of Tom Donaldson, a newly qualified doctor from Derbyshire. Having completed his final exams at the University of Manchester, Tom was on his elective in New Zealand in February 2009 when he died following an accident that resulted in a head injury.


Aged just 23, Tom would have helped hundreds of people as a doctor but did not have the chance to make that happen. In Tom’s memory, the Trust supports other young people to achieve their dream of becoming a doctor and help the people Tom dreamed of reaching.

Specifically, the Trust supports young people from backgrounds of social and educational disadvantage in their applications to study Medicine at university, by working with partners to provide small grants to disadvantaged sixth form students applying to Medical Schools, providing information on all stages of the application process, and raising awareness of the work experience opportunities available.


HLA ideas


HLA:IDEAS is an incubator for social enterprises and non-profit organisations in healthcare. The programme empowers healthcare professionals to take their ideas further, to achieve the most significant impact.


Their aim is to foster leadership in healthcare through entrepreneurship, helping their organisations grow and achieve their full potential, with a focus on being sustainable and having a significant impact.




At Medics Academy, we strive to develop and deliver global access to world-leading medical education. Using innovative technology we are driving a digital transformation to significantly change training and professional development around the world.


Medics Academy provides a wide variety of resources including short courses, training for teaching, global internships, and more!

Please keep your eyes peeled for further updates.

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Developing the Young Workforce

Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) is about Education and Employers working in partnership, creating opportunities for young people to develop skills, understand and prepare for the world of work.


Their work supports the delivery of the Young Person’s Guarantee through the employer-led Developing the Young Workforce Regional Groups set up across Scotland connecting employers with education.


DYW works with organisations like In2MedSchool to connect them with young people and educators.

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british society of lifestyle medicine


BSLM is a community of healthcare professionals and patients, committed to a new approach to healthcare, based on the emerging discipline of lifestyle medicine.

Lifestyle Medicine is evidence-based, clinical care that supports behaviour change through person-centered techniques to improve mental wellbeing, social connection, healthy eating, physical activity, sleep and minimisation of harmful substances and behaviours.

Our Sponsors

In2MedSchool would like to extend many thanks to our sponsors who's support helps to drive the initiative forward. In2MedSchool is proudly sponsored by the following entities.

Doctors in distress


Doctors in Distress is a UK Charity dedicated to providing mental wellbeing support to healthcare workers, aiming to reduce suicide rates.


It was set up in 2019 after the suicide of Dr Jagdip Sidhu, a cardiologist who killed himself in November 2018 [1][2] by Amandip Sidhu, his brother. It campaigns for greater awareness of the pressures facing doctors and more compassionate and supportive workplaces and to help medical professionals to feel they can talk openly about issues like burnout and mental health.


royal society of medicine

The Royal Society of Medicine is a membership organisation with over 20,000 members in the UK and internationally. The RSM is a leading provider of postgraduate medical education and brings together healthcare professionals spanning 50+ specialties. Access educational support and extensive resources to help you on your path towards becoming a qualified medical or healthcare professional.


For more information visit:



bags of help


Bags of Help is run in partnership with community charity Groundwork, and sees grants awarded to thousands of local community projects every year.

Since launching in 2015, Bags of Help has provided more than £68 million to almost 30,000 local community projects across England.


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At Pastest our mission is to empower today’s med students to become world-class medics through accurate and innovative revision material. Our popular Finals resource contains over 5,500 med-school specific questions, a spot diagnosis library, anatomy demonstration videos and free OSCE, PSA and SJT resources – all of which can be accessed online or offline using our free mobile app!


Sign-up to a free 48-hour trial to see what you think:



UnLtd finds, funds and supports social entrepreneurs - enterprising people with solutions that change our society for the better. We were formed in 2002 by seven organisations who believed that social entrepreneurs had a much bigger contribution to make to our economy and society. We were among the first to back individuals with their own ideas to create social good.


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Medify is an EdTech company specialising in medical and dental university admissions, and is the world’s leading UCAT course provider.
Our primary goal is to widen access to medicine and dentistry with cutting-edge education solutions, giving our students the best possible support on their journey to medical school.

For more information visit:

or email


royal college


of england

The Royal College of Surgeons of England provides world-class education, assessment and development to 30,000 surgeons, dental professionals and members of the wider surgical and dental care teams, at all stages of their career. Our vision is to see excellent surgical care for everyone. We do this by setting professional standards, facilitating research and championing the best outcomes for patients.

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The MDU is led and staffed by doctors who have real-life experience of the pressures and challenges you face every day. Their expertise in medico-legal issues, complaints and claims is unparalleled. Since 1885, we have been indemnifying doctors for incidents arising from their clinical care of patients. We are proud of our heritage, but we are always looking forward, shaping our products and services to meet the changing needs of the medical profession.

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Wesleyan has been providing support to medical and dental students for over 35 years and is dedicated to helping you make the right financial decisions at the start of your career and beyond.

We offer The Next Step project, which provides financial education on starting your career. Coving topics such as salary progression, boosting basic pay, building a credit score and understanding your first pay slip. This supports your transition from university to starting work.

Upon qualification, you’ll be introduced to your local Wesleyan Financial Services Consultant. You can then benefit from a financial review covering areas such as savings and investments, mortgages, the NHS Pension Scheme and much more.

For more information visit

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