Faculty of Medicine
Will you support the top medical professionals of the future? Help us equip the brightest medical minds and remove barriers to a world-class education
Your support is very important for ensuring that medical students are able to continue their studies without interruption and develop the skills needed to be the clinicians and scientists of tomorrow.
Last year, the Dean provided bursaries for fifth and sixth year students who needed extra support with living and travel expenses, as other options for funding were reduced. This lifeline means that students have the financial freedom to focus on their studies and make the most of their placements across the UK without the financial burden.
Imperial leads the world in the study of medicine. Our Faculty of Medicine provides students with an internationally-renowned education in medicine and health sciences. The Dean’s Fund for the Faculty of Medicine aims to ensure that the next generation of clinicians and scientists are able to pursue their education in as many different environments, contexts and disciplines as possible.
A small gift goes a long way
“Before the Dean’s Fund I was distracted and unable to focus on my degree as I had to work part-time, the generosity and ease of access to funds allowed me to be more financially stable which in turn allowed me to focus on my degree more. A genuine heartfelt thank you to the alumni and friends, the Dean’s Fund has brought me one step closer to achieving my goals.”
Poppy Hayes, Medicine, 5th Year
This year your gift could:
- Provide scholarships to our most academically able students to allow them to develop their knowledge and skills.
- Invest in new and upgraded facilities for Imperial medical students to advance their knowledge.
- Support students whose studies are jeopardised by unexpected financial hardship.
- Provide ‘seed’ funding for experimental research projects.
Please make a gift today to ensure that current and future generations of Imperial medics are able to gain the best possible education and experience in medicine during their time at Imperial.