What does a typical day look like for a student studying medicine? How did students find adjusting to life at BSMS? And what advice would our current students give to those hoping to study medicine in the future?
In this lecture we'll hear from our very own students from various year groups, including a recent BSMS graduate in the first year of their foundation year training. As well as hearing from our students, there will also be the opportunity to ask our students questions about their experiences so far, and how they are finding training to become the next generation of doctors.
This is the fourth in Brighton and Sussex Medical School's Monthly Lecture Series, designed for local secondary school and college students. This lecture series, running from November 2019 through to July 2020, provides a unique opportunity for students to learn more about different aspects of medicine, career pathways, and how to get into medicine.
Arrival is from 6:00pm onwards, with refreshments available. Please note, the talk will commence at 6:30pm.
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