Study abroad: medicine at TCD
The final instalment of Anchal Jain’s three part look at studying medicine at Trinity College Dublin. In this blog we hear from Nusrat Bholah from Mauritius and Anchal Jain. They share the reasons why Ireland was the best choice for them…
It takes a lot of commitment to study medicine abroad. You will be spending five, or maybe six 6 years in some cases, in a different country away from family, friends and your city. If that does not scare you enough, the fact that your choice of college might not meet your expectations will definitely cause some anxiety in you!
To ease some of your tension, I have interviewed six first year medical students from Trinity College Dublin from five different countries. They answer three questions related to Ireland, undergraduate medicine and Trinity College in general.
- Find out about what Malaysian students Jake WenJie and Dhiviya Ganesan decided on medicine at TCD in part one of my blog
- Read part two of my blog to find out what Singaporean and US students Prerna Kamath and Kate Zavin think about studying medicine at TCD
In this final post, meet Nusrat Bholah from Curepipe, Mauritius. Education in Ireland Student Ambassador Anchal Jain asks why she decided Ireland was the best place to study abroad…
And finally, find out what I think about studying abroad at Trinity College!