I'm currently a 3rd year (iBSc) medical student at a Medical School in the UK. I have had a rather difficult two years at University mainly because I have been suffering with rather bad mental health but somehow I have managed to scrape through 1st and 2nd with a solid 2:1 grade. Basically, I am interrupting my studies so I can have the time and space to heal, get better, get medication right etc. and I am thinking about potential means of filling my time.
I'm considering doing a TEFL course and teaching English in Asia for a year..
But also I want to do some online accredited distance courses in business/language/biotechnology as I'm interested in what it takes to be an entrepreneur in the healthcare industry.
Any tips/advice/ideas would be great....
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Interrupting studies in Medicine for a year watch
- Thread Starter
- 06-03-2016 22:45