Young man achieves childhood dream of becoming a doctor, graduates from Kings College in London

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Young man achieves childhood dream of becoming a doctor, graduates from Kings College in London


A brilliant young man by the name of James Frater has graduated as a Medical Doctor from King’s College London, fulfilling his childhood dream of becoming a medical practitioner.

James Frater who took to his Linkedin profile to celebrate his new achievement explained that he has always wanted to become a doctor since I was 6 years old. “I have wanted to be a doctor since I was 6 years old, but what I was able to do during medical school is far more than I could’ve ever imagined,” he wrote.

During the course of his medical program at King’s College London, United Kingdom, James Frater completed an intercalated degree in Business Management at Imperial Business School, London, England.

He listed some of the achievements he made during his Medical program, he said: “I have been fortunate to receive 10 national and international recognition awards/scholarships for my contributions to improving access to education and opportunities,” he said.

“I have completed internships at organisations such as Google, KPMG, Aviva Health, King’s College London etc. I have held advisory roles within Imperial College London, BBC Children in Need, EY Foundation and London Borough of Lambeth, as well as being a governor of a secondary school,” he added.

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James noted that the most important of all his achievements in Medical school was that he had the privilege of serving thousands of young people from some of the most underserved communities.

He gave thanks to God for giving him the opportunity to achieve his dream. “To say we dreamt of this would be a lie because we didn’t even dream this big”. I give God all the thanks and all the glory. Without Him, none of this would have been possible,” he said.



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