Medical & Engineering Studies Career Advise
Engineering is mainly covered by design and building, using engines, machines, and structures to enhance our living world. Engineering is all around us from roads to bridges to the airplanes we fly and the cars we drive to the Wi-Fi we use, the clean water we drink and the prosthetics used in the medical profession. You will usually need a degree in an engineering-related field. However, for some organizations other STEM-related degrees are also welcome always check the employer requirements.
- Studying medicine or How to become a doctor
- A comprehensive guide on how to become a doctor – from the ins and outs of applying to medical school to experiencing life as a doctor.
- Your first year, We’ve pulled together some practical tips and real-life advice to get you through your first year of medical school.
- Common challenges while studying Being a medical student is challenging at the best of times, especially for those who may face additional hurdles.
- Intercalated degrees, Get advice and guidance on what you need to know about intercalated medical degrees.
- How to pass your uni exams, Exam time can be nerve-wracking – get tips and advice from our straightforward, low stress, high success plan to passing the first time.
- An insiders guide to medical specialties
- Gets an inside look at the medical specialties and career choices available to you.
- Get ready for clinical medicine
- Get the most out of clinical attachments – some details are Northern Ireland specific, however, you can also be applied across the UK.
- Clinical academic careers Learn about the particular skills and experiences that medical academics bring to healthcare in the UK.