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The coronavirus outbreak and its effects have no impact on how we evaluate applicants to the University. Every application will receive our full consideration.

Undergraduate Admissions

While we might say that online interviews use their own language, with the right approach you can “translate” in-person techniques to make the most of the virtual environment.

Undergraduate Admissions

Summer vacations are a time to do nothing but laze around the house all day. But you might agree that in the end, Netflix shows finish, hanging out with friends becomes tiring.

Undergraduate Admissions, Graduate Admissions, Job Search, Career Transition, Oral & Written Communication, Leadership & Teams, Intra & Interpersonal Skills, Image Management

A concise overview of applications to popular Australian Medical Schools, covering how to apply, deadlines, tests to be taken, interviews and more. Australia is definitely an attractive place to pursue your study at.

Undergraduate Admissions

Current medical student Kiran draws on her own experience to explore finances, entrance tests, teaching styles and more to help you choose which UK Medicine Schools are right for you and best for your application strategy.

Undergraduate Admissions, Graduate Admissions

As we have reiterated throughout our series of articles, before deciding on a university, you need to assess the cost of tuition, travel and daily living expenses. Once you have made your assessment, do not despair if the cost of attending your dream

Undergraduate Admissions

A quality education is always a worthwhile investment, but you certainly don’t want to be fretting over fees and finances two years into your undergraduate course. Whether you are currently experiencing financial difficulties or just wish to lighten

Undergraduate Admissions

If you’ve been invited for an interview at your dream medical school, you should give yourself a pat on the back. It means that you have already made it through the first hurdle. However, even the most intelligent and eloquent student would feel some

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