Frequently Asked Questions
First of all thanks! We want to make it crystal clear, we are here for you. No strings attached.
But running this is not cheap – and by this we don’t just mean money directly… time is money too and lots of time is put into this by students and professionals who share our mission. So if you would like to give back or support we would be grateful donation of your time or money.
Study Hub is a registered business, but that doesn’t have to mean we are in it for the £££.
We want the platform to be sustainable, not just around for a year or two! Money will always go back into developing and maintaining the platform. We will also reserve a spot for rewarding the incredible people that keep the platform going.
You can choose to direct any donations just for this purpose or just for the purpose of maintaining the platform.
Whilst Study Hub runs their own revision series that is mostly tailored towards addressing the needs of St Georges students, we have collaborated with many organisations that are offering sessions applicable to medical students across the UK. Check out our collaborators here
We want to expand our own revision course across the UK! So please do get in touch if you or someone you know is keen to help us do just that! Even if its just to give us advice on how we can adapt our current ways to suit your school more, or linking us with educators familiar with your curriculum. Get in touch using the emails above!
Whilst the focus is currently on medical students, the founder of Study Hub and many people on our team have backgrounds in other healthcare related areas. Study Hub intends to expand to meet the needs of those courses! If you like what we do, and are keen to see it translate to support the needs of your course get in touch.
You most certainly can!
We want to become a platform that attends to all the needs of a healthcare student. We are open to suggestions, and are happy to make suggestions of our own to help you help us develop our platform.
This is where it gets tricky! But we want to make it a simple as possible whilst remaining completely transparent.
If you choose to collaborate, the work you do will be promoted as and seen as your work. You would have all rights over that content, however, we do ask you sign agreements to keep it available through our platform for agreed periods of time.
If you choose to bring an idea to us, that you would like Study Hub to assist in developing we would most certainly give you all credit for your work, however, the content would be ours. We want to help students develop so we wouldn’t ever dream of creating barriers. All this would mean is that the work is branded as our own (with you recognised as content creator/lead of the project), and you would need to inform us, before this work is made accessible publicly through any other platform.