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Studying medicine at university

A current medical student shares what is it like to study medicine at the University of Leicester

Each medical school will teach medicine slightly differently, so it’s really important that you do your research and choose a medical school that suits your learning style.

Watch this short video to hear from Lenie, a current medical student at the University of Leicester, who will share with you more information about what is it like to study medicine at the University of Leicester.


In the video, Lenie talks about how at university you can join different societies to help you meet new people, as well as allow you to explore your hobbies and interests. Think about a hobby that you currently have. What skills has this allowed you to develop that you think may be needed to work in healthcare? Share your thoughts in the comments area.

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