Studying medicine abroad has become a popular choice in recent years. Everyone seems to have an opinion on the subject. The truth is that it completely depends on you - for some, it will be a terrifying proposition, but others will see it as the adventure of a lifetime!
The proposition to study medicine abroad can be incredibly daunting and this is why we’re here to help! This blog will give you an insight into some of the challenges and some of the unique opportunities that come with this decision.
Whether you’ve wanted to be a doctor from the tender age of 6 or have stumbled upon medicine later on in life, completing a work experience placement is a must if you want to apply to medicine. Relevant work experience is an essential part of the application process that medical schools expect from anyone interesting in studying medicine. Completing voluntary work or shadowing is an excellent way of demonstrating your interest, dedication to the career and showing the admissions tutors that this is a decision not taken lightly.