In Years 3 to 5 of Keele School of Medicine’s curriculum students are mainly based in North Staffordshire, with some students having rural GP placements in Shropshire. This movie provides potential students with an overview of what to expect during the later years of the course.
Duration: 5:51 YouTube: https://youtu.be/7gz7VwbjFO8
Multiple Mini-Interviews (MMIs) are a style of interview where candidates rotate around a series of stations at which various different aspects of their understanding of Medicine and their case for selection to Medical School are assessed. The format of stations may vary from a 1:1 traditional interview through to a role-play. This movie was produced for potential applicants to illustrate the process at Keele University School of Medicine.
Duration: 3:00 YouTube: https://youtu.be/uoP2OSZExk0
The UK Corporate Games are the world’s largest multi-sport festivals. It is open to every size and kind of organisation. Over 29,000 unique organisations have been represented in the Games, including: Ernst & Young and IBM. This movie was produced to promote the games to staff at Keele University.
Duration: 0:44 YouTube: https://youtu.be/Yfp9x1SGGq4
Higher Horizons in an aspiration-raising national collaborative outreach programme that operates across Staffordshire, Cheshire and Shropshire. We produced a series of short movies providing tips for potential students on: open days, freshers week and finance.
Duration: 1:05 YouTube: https://youtu.be/ludFQa8JiOQ
The MMedSci facilitates the learning of the generic skills and knowledge essential to successful higher clinical practice. This movie provides an overview of the MMedSci course.
Duration: 4:22 YouTube: https://youtu.be/dj_Rf_VRufk
Students at Keele University School of Medicine practice key clinical skills with real patients. Having real patients makes examinations and interpretation of findings more authentic and assessments more robust. This movie was produced to recruit patients with long term physical illness who are prepared to be examined by medical students to assist in teaching and / or assessment programmes.
Duration: 3:00 YouTube: https://youtu.be/Z0pZVXsp2Rc