Paying for a college education has become increasingly more difficult. Let us help you reduce a portion of that burden by applying to our annual scholarship.

Here at United Medical Education we want to help support and motivate young minds that are interested in medical technology and advancement. This scholarship program is designed to help motivate developing students learn how to write a medically related article.

The scholarship offered will be awarded annually to full-time students who are enrolled in a college or university. The first place candidate will be awarded a $1,000 scholarship. The second and third place candidates will receive complimentary Basic Life Support (BLS) certification and Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) certification courses which have a combined value of $360.  The monetary first place award must be used towards college/university tuition, school supplies, and/or housing.


Scholarship Awards:


How to Apply:

Write an article between 500 and 750 words on one of the topics listed below.


The article should be in .txt, .doc, or .docx format and should be sent to email Please include your personal name in the file name of the document.

All submissions need to be sent to email before 11:59pm EST, December 31st to be considered for the following  year’s award.


Information to be included in email:


How are the First, Second, and Third Place Candidates Chosen?

We read and evaluate each article written. The article we deem to be the best in terms of content and organization will be given the first place scholarship award. The second and third place articles will receive the BLS and ACLS certification courses.


What will happen with the articles?

The first, second, and third place winning articles will be published on our website


Additional Rules:

United Medical Education is a continuing education training center for healthcare providers. Their primary courses include BLS and ACLS online, and PALS certification.  All their courses include training in CPR and other life saving interventions. Free training information and practice exams can be found on the site