We are very proud to introduce the sponsorship team page for three Malawi graduates who are raising money for their student colleagues by running the Vitality Big Half in London on August 22nd. Read more...

Calling all runners! Are you available on 22nd August to run the Big Vitality Half in London to raise vital funds for Medic to Medic and our students in Malawi? Read more...

This year's Hurst Essay Competition celebrated its 10th anniversary. The competition was created by Dr Nigel Hurst to give sponsored students the opportunity to win a cash prize and receive feedback on their academic writing skills. Read more...

In the month of February 2021, we distributed a questionnaire to all of our graduates and students due to graduate at the end of the current academic year. Read more...

In June 2020 we were able to successfully registered as a charity in New Zealand. Read more...

We made our target in the #BigGive #ChristmasChallenge20 campaign! Read more...

This year is the first time that Medic to Medic is taking part! The Big Give runs the UK’s biggest match funding campaign, The Christmas Challenge. For seven days, it offers supporters the opportunity to have their donation doubled! Read more...

Who knew the word “unprecedented” would have been used so many times during 2020? 2020 has thrown us many challenges. The Personal Protective Equipment appeal has given Medic to Medic an opportunity to be proactive during these periods of uncertainty. Read more...

Over recent months we have been promoting our recycling programmes that we have joined at Terracycle to raise money for our students in Malawi. Read more...


Featured Student

"Every time we went to the hospital I saw the passion and I wanted to help them.  I like interacting with patients and seeing them smile."

Ketrina is the third born out of five children.  She is the first of her siblings to attend university.  Her mum and dad divorced when she was young.  Her mum got married again but he has since left because he couldn't manage to raise children who weren't his.  Ketrina was initially supported by a scholarship during her first university years, unfortunately this donor withdrew and she was at risk of dropping out of her training.