5 Things You Might Not Know About Studying Medicine at QMUL Malta

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Considering your medical school options? In this blog, we speak to a student at QMUL Malta to explore five key things you might not know about studying there – and their top tips for applying.

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1. What are five things you think students might be surprised to know about studying Medicine at QMUL Malta? 

2. As a student, what is your favourite thing about studying medicine at QMUL Malta?

Being in a small cohort and having a close relationship with lecturers, as it benefits both my academic and personal life. Everyone is together and interacts with each other very well, it’s easy to get socialised and you don’t ever feel alone even though you are away from your home country. We’ve been doing activities together and going on night outs and everyone gets involved.

3. What can you tell us about student life and extracurricular activities? 

We have a great student life with many extracurricular activities such as diving, swimming and jogging throughout the year. Different sports clubs are being formed by the students at Barts such as netball, basketball and football.

We are 5 – 10 minutes away from the Marsalforn Bay where there are a range of restaurants to eat out. The nightlife is quite good, and there are a couple of clubs and karaoke places around the area with cheaper prices compared to the UK. We’ve also organised special nights out, such as St. Patrick’s Day and an after-exam party.

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4. From your experience of the admissions process, what are your five top tips for students to stand out when applying to QMUL Malta?

5. Why did you choose to study here?

I was in the UK for four years and wanted to study abroad to explore another country. Then I found out that Barts conduct the same curriculum in Malta, a country surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea and with 365 days of sunshine!

I also thought it would be a great place to study the MBBS as it is cheaper to live in Gozo than in London, it’s safe and it gives you the opportunity to experience new cultures.

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