Hi, what is your specialism?
When do you start university? how long is your first uni block? how long will you have been in the hospital before you go?
I started last year, and to be honest the time in the hospital before I went to uni was pretty rubbish. As they didn't want us to start properly on our rotations before a month at uni.
When we got back from uni, we were given a week or 2 to get coursework sorted etc, then went on to start rotations, where things got much better.
The only thing I would say is don't be shy, go talk to people regularly, see if they're doing anything interesting that day/week.
I do find, even now, that they won't come to find you, because the national school has made a point of saying its trainee led!
So Im saying, is don't quit yet, you've barely started. Things will probably be better after uni.
But as for your questions, uni fees i don't know, and you have to give 1 or 2 months notice to quit.
hope that helps :-)
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