You can feel it deep within your bones - you need a break from your studies. In fact, you need a few months, or even an entire year off before your medical degree starts.
Are you dreaming of taking a year out but are unsure how to plan a gap year? A gap year is the perfect time to take a break from your routine and dive into something completely different.
We’re here to give you that much-needed pearl of wisdom. You might have only just started university, but it’s usually the best time to begin looking for an internship.
You’ve made up your mind: “I’m travelling more next year!”. We all agree travelling is a great way to try new things while experiencing the wonder and beauty of the world.
As part of our Medicine & Healthcare Projects, we have been increasing our efforts in education, prevention and treatment of these diseases.
If exploring foreign landscapes and the animals that roam it sounds like a dream come true, then perhaps a career in wildlife conservation is for you. You’ll get to work outdoors and protect our wildlife while exploring places that most people only dream about.
So, you’ve have decided to do Transition Year, and now you need to plan your work experience placements. You may be asking yourself “What can I do for work experience?”.
It’s a new year soon! That means a fresh start and a chance to plan your goals and resolutions.