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University of Sydney – My name is Charlotte Horton. I’m a second year Double Degree in Medicine program student at the University of Sydney. I love going to Sydney, I’ve never regretted my decision to come here even though the pathway to med that Sydney offers is a lot more indirect than what you get at some other universities.
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I think part of the reason that I love coming here so much is just the tremendous sense of history and heritage that exists at this uni. At the end of the day it’s 200 years old, that’s something you can see just as you walk between classes pass through the sandstone historic buildings and I think with that history comes a real sense of university sort of community and culture and pride in the institution that you go to.
I personally find that a really rewarding community to be a part of. So this is the courtyard at the Anderson Stuart Building and this is the main medical building for the university. It was one of the first that was ever built at the same time as the quad so it’s about 200 years old and this is where basically all of the medical teaching goes on so you spend a whole lot of time here in the Doctor of Medicine portion of your degree.
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Yeah so, lots of classes but also lots of dissections, laboratories, that kind of thing happening here. So what’s really great about studying at USYD is that we have a really unique medical program here. So the way it works is seven or eight year degree and first you do an undergraduate degree, that’s usually in science,or medical science, but you can also do economics, commerce, or music.
So you just do that like any other university student would, that’s just a three year degree. You go to normal classes and then at the end of it you basically go straight into the Doctor of Medicine MD program here.
So that’s a post-graduate degree, but what’s pretty amazing about USYD is that you don’t have to sit the GAMSAT and you don’t have to do an interview between the undergraduate and the post-graduate portions so it’s, you’ve got this sort of security and the guaranteed naturethat you would have in an undergraduate med degree but you also get the flexibility of doing just a normal undergrad first.
Right, so labs are definitely gonna be a big part of what you do at uni as a science med student. Usually in your first year, you’ll have a two or three hour labfor you science subjects. In second year those become three to four hour labs and I’m not sure but I think you get up to five hours in your third year.
They can definitely be rigorous but I think it’s one of the better things about doing science, getting that sort of, mixing it up a little, it’s not all just reading words off a screen or reading out of a textbook.
There’s a lot of analysis in the science subjects, in terms of the labs that you do, so it’s not so much dissection, that kind of thing that you see on TV. It’s a lot more using machinery, lots of chemistry, lots of sort of solutions, spectroscopy.
The university is very much in touch with the 21st century. It hasn’t all been left in the past, that’s something you can see through the world class research institute like the Charles Perkins Center here.
You can see that through this university’s research links with places like the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital which is right beside the campus, and also just the modern buildings, and the modern research facilities that the university has invested in.
I think that’s something that’s very much unique to Sydney. The fact that you do get all of that heritage and all of the past and the sense of community that comes with it but at the same time, you get to be part of a university that’s very tuned in to the modern world.
Being a med student or even just a science student at Sydney is definitely amazing. The university puts a lot of effort and investment into making sure that science teaching is particularly rewarding for students and that you’re particularly well resourced.
In terms of just the facilities that you get to use, they are absolutely fantastic. As you move through your degree, you get into more and more modern buildings, more and more modern labs, you get to use techniques that real researchers are using today to create new findings in the field.
And that’s just a really wonderful and sort of invaluable experience to get in your undergraduate. Having that degree be representative of what you want to do in real life as a career.
If anyone were to ask me whether to consider the Double Degree Medicine Program as a pathway into med, I would unquestionably tell them to do it. I think that the medical program here offers you a breath of opportunity that you just don’t get at other universities.
It gives you the chance to explore things outside of the traditional med pathway that you otherwise wouldn’t get to explore and on top of that, it’s just a fantastic place to be. It’s got a great campus, it’s got wonderful teaching facilities and resources, and the community is fantastic and full of the bestpeople you’ll ever meet. Basically, once you’re a student here, you’re never going to look back.
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