We Help High School & College Students Prepare For A Career In Medicine

Schedule a free 1:1 call with Dr. Sanjay Sharma for custom advice to start your child’s medical journey and learn more about our program.

Dr. Sanjay Sharma is the founder of PreMedSKL, an internationally recognized eye surgeon, and Professor of Ophthalmology at Queen’s University.

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We mentor students so they can learn how to think like doctors. Through our curriculum, students are exposed to 9 medical specialties and take part in mentoring sessions with leading doctors and medical students.

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What is included

Each 12-Week LIVE Group Coaching Experience Includes

  • Monthly 90 min. coaching with a leading medical doctor
  • Recordings and Action Guides
  • Weekly educational videos that you can watch on your own time.
  • Weekly mentorship sessions with medical student coaches to review curriculum
  • Weekly Action and Accountability
  • Science Fair guidance
  • 24/7 Access to your Member Portal
our Courses

Each regular semester includes 12-Weeks of Coaching and Mentorship

Students have the option to commit to the full 9-course program or just sign up for an individual 3-course semester


Study the role of hormones


Learn about the eye


All about the heart


Study the nervous system


Focus on medicine for kids


Explore the digestive system

Internal Medicine

Learn what internal medicine is all about

General Surgery

Specializing in surgery

Emergency Medicine

Working in the ED
Dr. Sanjay Sharma

More about Dr. Sanjay Sharma

MD, MSc (Epid), MBA | Founder, PremedSKL

Sanjay Sharma MD, MSc (Epid), FRCS, MBA is a retinal specialist who is a professor of ophthalmology at Queen’s University.

 An internationally renowned eye surgeon, he has treated over 250,000 patients. Dr. Sharma is a clinician-scientist who has published over 300 scientific papers which have been cited over 10,000 times in the peer-reviewed literature and is the author of 3 textbooks, including the American Medical Association’s, Evidence Based to Value Based Medicine.

The recipient of millions of dollars in research funding, he has received numerous national and international awards for research, teaching and innovation in medicine, including those from the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), Association of Faculties of Medicine in Canada (AFMC) and the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO).

An innovator at heart, he has launched a series of digital platforms, including MEDSKL – a leading medical education platform that now reaches medical students from over 400 Universities. Dr. Sharma, who holds advanced degrees in Epidemiology and Business Administration, completed his medical education at Harvard University.

What others are saying about PreMedSKL

I love the program and I love the people who are in it. I can tell that PreMedSKL does a really good job at picking out mentors who are nurturing and who care about the next generation of people who want to go into medicine. I really enjoy the coaching sessions with Dr. Sharma… he pushed us to do better and to participate even if we don’t say the right answer. I really appreciate that.

Keila Elyasi

PreMedSKL Student
The mentors are amazing, I love how we can see them multiple times and really get to know them. They give really great advice in terms of applying to residency, time management, and what to expect in medical school. I really enjoyed having the ability to talk to the mentors on a weekly basis.

Clio Smith

PreMedSKL Student
PreMedSKL makes the goal seem not so unreachable. Hearing from the med students and learning about the different specialties makes it feel like [becoming a doctor] is not a crazy, unattainable, out of reach goal. It’s allowed me to focus more on doing the things that will help me reach that goal and become a good doctor.

Mahala English

PreMedSKL Student