In this week’s Universities Update, we focus on seven students who have received offers/acceptances from Medicine courses around the world:
Arin, who was the focus of our first Universities Update, when he received the Class of 2021’s first University offer, to study Biomedical Science at the University of Warwick, has now also received two further offers to study Biomedical Science, at King’s College London and the University of Sussex, as well as an offer to study Medicine at St. George’s University in Grenada.
Cherry has been accepted to study Medicine at King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang.
Ing has been accepted to study both Biomedical Engineering and Medicine and Management at Mahidol University, as previously mentioned in my focus on students accepted to study at Chulalongkorn University and Mahidol University, as well as receiving offers to study Medical Sciences at the University of Exeter and Biomedical Science at King’s College London.
Jasleen has received an offer from the prestigious joint Doctor of Medicine Programme - a collaboration between Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand and the University of Nottingham in the UK, as described in a previous Universities Update.
Kazu, whose offers to study Medical Sciences and Engineering at University College London and Molecular Bioengineering at Imperial College London were also featured in a previous Universities Update, has now also received further offers to study Sciences at The University of British Columbia and Life Sciences at The University of Toronto, missing the Canada-themed Universities Update, as well as Medicine at the University of Debrecen and Semmelweis University in Hungary.
As well as these five students, two students from last year’s Graduating Class have reapplied to universities this year:
Kunika has received offers to study Medicine at the University of Leicester and Medicine and Surgery at Newcastle University.
Matrix has received offers to study both Medicine and Biomedical Engineering at Mahidol University.
Congratulations to all of these students on their offers to study Medicine, one of the most competitive subjects, at universities around the world.
If you work in the medical field and would like to help the next generation of St Andrews Medicine students, by possibly offering internship positions during the summer holiday, please let us know. We would also be very happy to hear from members of our community who work in other areas where an internship would be a significant advantage in future university applications, for example Economics and Engineering.