This is it! All the MCAT studying, the student visa documentation, and the packing of bags comes down to this one moment: leaving to study medicine in Australia. I remember this time vividly, although it has been over 5 years ago now. (How time flies!)
Are you wondering if you can study medicine in Australia? What kind of medical education will you receive? Is it worth it?
What’s it like to study medicine online? Meet two Deakin University Doctor of Medicine students who are doing just that. Here’s what they have to say.
Are you interested in studying the medicine, but curious to learn more about the student experience before you apply?
What do students say about the Monash University medical program? Find out what students say about studying medicine during COVID.
In this blog I hope to untangle some of that information and explore how and why I am comfortable training in Australia even though it’s not a guaranteed pathway.
Are you interested in studying the Sydney Doctor of Medicine, but you want the inside scoop on the course before you hit apply? Well, you’re in luck. Two third-year students are here to give you the low down.
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A cohort of medical students is always full of individuals from diverse backgrounds. It ranges from 20-year-old students who were guaranteed a spot in medicine from undergrad, to individuals who decided to make a huge life move and change careers completely in their 30s or 40s.