Alongside my degree I like to get involved in lots of societies. Some are medicine-related and some aren’t, but it’s well known that joining a society is the quickest and easiest way to make like-minded friends while having lots of fun… I highly recommend it!… Read More
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Fel myfyriwr Deintyddiaeth dwi wastad yn atgoffa fy hun pa mor lwcus ydw i i gyrraedd ble ydyw nawr, a pa mor falch ohonom hun ydyw am lwyddo mewn pwnc mor heriol. Does dim cwestiwn y gystadleuaeth sydd i gyrraedd ble ydyw, a’r holl waith caled sydd di fynd i mewn i’r radd erbyn hyn.… Read More
Students considering studying healthcare courses at university are encouraged to keep up to date with relevant issues affecting the NHS. I think that’s a pretty sensible idea, it can stimulate an interest in pursuing a career in health and social care and help to develop an insight into the most important challenges facing these public services.… Read More
When I was applying to university, one of the greatest appeals of studying medicine was the practical element to the course. I found the prospect of spending time in hospitals throughout Wales, in both rural and urban settings, an exciting one and certainly since coming to Cardiff, I have found these placements the most enjoyable and stimulating element of my degree.… Read More