So I thought I'd share what I've found to be the key differences between studying in the UK vs studying abroad. Although I am a 2nd year medical student in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, I also studied in the UK for a year. Open days/Taster days:Do your research for open days/taster days for your potential universities. These … Continue reading Studying in the UK vs Studying Abroad
One of the biggest difficulties that medical students often face is how to study and how to store the huge amount of information we need to know in our brain. Everyone has their own way of studying and as you go through medical school you begin to discover what really works for you. Over the … Continue reading How I Study in Medical School: Spaced Repetition
My personal experience of undergoing a Research Exchange coordinated by the International Federation of Medical Students Associations. In this article I would be detailing my account of participating in a research exchange provided by my Medical Institution in Bulgaria and the International Federation of Medical Students Association (IFMSA). Furthermore, I want to highlight the importance … Continue reading My Research Experience as a Medical Student
My journey My journey to Medicine has been rather atypical to say the least, but one that I am very much grateful for. I am currently in my first year of medical school, after only just graduating from the University of Nottingham last July with a degree in Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience. Although my first … Continue reading Graduate Entry Medicine – Is it worth it?
When I first arrived at medical school I was completely excited to have finally made it. The stars had aligned and finally I was where I needed to be to start off my journey through medicine. The barriers that had seemed to be in my way all the way through my application where finally broken … Continue reading Is there a glass ceiling for Black Doctors?