Virtual Work-Experience Program
Experience what it's like to work at a medical health startup
You will get trained in...
Delve into how medicine is applied into the startup world including how healthcare providers can create greater impact at scale through telehealth platforms such as YourCycle. You will look into similar providers in other countries such as the US and draw key learnings from how they operate.
Using medical research, learn how to build a telehealth product through engaging with key stakeholders such as patients, healthcare providers and instituitions. Ultimately learn how to combine technical feasibilty, market demand and medical research into one key product.
Help the YourCycle founding team with research backed decision making. This will include drawing conclusions from multiple research papers on key areas of focus - learning how to understand academic writing and methodologies throughout.
Get introduced to the program, your mentors and YourCycle. You will learn how a medical startup operates and begin preliminary research on the program project.
You are now equipped with the adequate skillset to complete the program. Applying your knowledge onto the project and working as a team is the focus.
You will obtain all the required skills to complete the project. Through a series of skills lectures you will get a fully immersive learning experience and all the adequate skills.
In your final week you will submit your project for mentor feedback. In the final night you will pitch your project and findings to representatives and upon completion, receive a referral letter.
What our student interns say
"It was such an exciting program and feel that I gained skills I would never have got in school. I do think that by doing this I have a much clearer understanding of what I want to do in the future"
17, New Zealand, PwC student
"School education alone could never give us something of this calibre, something that’s really about the actual industry... I would 100% recommend this program to my friends."
16, UAE, KPMG student