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Monash Medical School – My name is Matani, and I’m a second year medical student at Monash university. I’m currently studying the doctor of medicine course at Monash And I chose to study at Monash firstly because Melbourne is my home. And secondly because Melbourne is the place to be It’s a vibrant city, with a limitless number of things to do – we have amazing cafes, amazing food, the culture here is impeccable, its unparalleled anywhere in the world. We have incredible music coming from Melbourne these days.
A Day in the Life: Monash Medical School Student
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I don’t know if you’ve heard of Kit Fayga, he’s great It’s even been voted the most livable city in the world for six years straight now, So if that wasn’t enough to draw me here to Monash, I don’t know what else would be All right, let’s go!
This is Mr. Brightside Cafe, I worked here during year 11 and 12 It’s a great cafe, right around the corner from my house, which makes it super accessible on the way to Uni – right for a coffee in the morning Every morning I wake up at around seven o’clock and I go do some exercise whether it be at the gym or a run in the park, or at the beach, then I get home and get ready for Uni I get to Uni around nine o clock every day, besides Tuesday And I do some work, go to some lectures and tutes, then I get home around seven, or five to seven, and either see my friends, hang out, after such a long day at Uni, studying is not really my priority, so usually I try to find something, easy, fun, productive to do, whether it be volunteering, or last night.
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I was at a telethon, and just, I guess, enjoying myself outside as much as possible. Welcome to Monash University! This is Sir John Monash himself, one of the founding fathers of Monash University. This is our pharmacology building, its a really important part of what it means to be a doctor, to have a really good understanding of pharmacology, and the aspects that it includes, so that’s actually going through and understanding the dr*gs and medications that we administer to our patients but also the way the patients may react to those dr*gs These are old human skulls, used for anatomy, and as you can see we have quite the extensive collection, and they’re invaluable resources.
Here we have our newest office, which stands for Monash University Medical Student Society, and they run a bunch of programs for us, give us free food occassionally, and they are essentially our student body who represent us to the university.
One of the best parts of Monash university and what they offer for their actual doctor of medicine degree, is the fact that its undergraduate. Yes, you do have the option of doing postgraduate, but they do offer that undergraduate degree – that means that after 5 years at University, you graduate as a doctor.
Another great thing about Monash is the fact that its so culturally diverse – where there are people from all around the world studying here, there are endless opportunities to meet people and get involved in different activities that are unique to Monash.
So over here Monash is hosting a summer festival, so there’s just music running out throughout the whole week, so it can soak up this amazing Melbourne weather. Check this out – I just got my vegan blend – go get Jays yogurt – I’m pretty excited, it’s got a pretty amazing blend of a bunch of different things including mango, which really excites me.
I’m just gonna get into it. Right now we’re in the center of the campus center, this is where we come for lunch, and as you can see there are massive numbers of students from all around the world congregating 51 to celebrate food.
I just had an amazing rice paper roll from Rolled, and it was absolutely beautiful. We’re standing just outside the boob lawn. The reason why it got its name is because of the boob in the middle.
I should probably call it a breast, because I’m a medical student, I should be using the correct terminology. However, it’s not the breast lawn, it’s the boob lawn. I’m at Uni 4 days a week, and during those 4 days, I have 8 lectures, each of them going for 1 hour, I also have 2 anatomy tutorials, which go for 2 hours each, 1 PBL, which is 3 and a half hours, where we’re actually given a case, and we have to work through the case, and present different parts of the case to each other.
Then I also have clinical skills once a week, which is 2 hours long, where we learn the actual hands on practical stuff behind what it means to be a doctor. Lastly, we have a 2 hour tutorial, based around what we’re learning in health knowledge and society, or another aspect of what it means to be a doctor. Melbourne’s an awesome place to live, and its a lot of fun.
There is just absolutely so much to do. San Kilter is one of the cultural icons of Melbourne. Here lies Luna Park, with its big open grinning mouth entrance, and it also hosts Acland Street, an awesome street to spend time, with beautiful cafes, lush restaurants, and simply fun bars.
Another amazing street which I always have fun at is Chapel street. On Chapel Street some of the main places I like to go, which are iconic of the actual place Boston Sub and Lucky – always good for a night out. And there are also some really great restaurants there, like Fonda, if you like Mexican, and Tokyo Tina, if you like Japanese food.
It’s great fun and a massive part of what it means to live in Melbourne. All in all, Monash is an awesome university, it’s fit for everybody, it’s culturally diverse, and it’s just an absolutely pleasure to be a student here.
Medicine itself is always interesting, always begging you to search more and to find more meaning and find more knowledge, and to keep on educating yourself so if you’re a person who likes a challenge, who likes helping people in a very hands on sense, and also likes also the sciency and interesting things that come with being a doctor, come on down!
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