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Your degree will qualify you to move into the Foundation Programme where, upon successful completion of the first year, you will gain full General Medical Council (GMC) registration to be a doctor in the UK. It will also allow you to move into a range of other careers either related to science or completely different. The Imperial Medicine Careers Medlearn website contains all of this specialised information and has been created specifically for you. 

What can you do with Medicine?

  • See the careers pages on Medlearn to find specific events and information from the Medical Careers Team.
  • See what Imperial graduates do for an insight into what other medical graduates have done.
  • Explore different medical specialties and learn about the medical training pathways at Health Careers NHS.
  • Explore alternative careers also through the Health Careers website or through the Prospects website. Start in the Jobs and Work experience dropdown menu and search either the job sectors or job profiles.
  • Access resources from the Careers Service specific to a range of sectors on our how to research job sectors and occupations webpage.

Further support

Career planning often takes time and can sometimes feel overwhelming. It is a good idea to set aside a small amount of time on a regular basis to maintain momentum. Below are some things to get you started:

  • Sign up to the Imperial Medical Careers Snapshot newsletter (via mailchimp) which is published once a month to stay up to date with events, news and interesting topics related to your career.
  • Visit the past events section of the Careers Medlearn website to hear about exploring specialities, creating a portfolio, alternative medical careers and developing your CV.
  • Find out how to connect with the Imperial Medical Careers team to book one to one appointments and receive specific information.