StudyMEDIC has stepped onto the campus of the Father Muller Medical College, Manglore, to conduct Campus Connect, a unique initiative of the brand to know the pulse of medical students. The programme is aimed at empowering medical students to understand various international medical memberships and fellowships, which will also open the doors of an international medical career for them.
The Campus Connect held on June 23, 2023, at the Decennial Hall of Father Muller Medical College received a very positive response from the students, who appreciated it as being very useful in identifying their career paths and exploring diverse opportunities within the field of medicine.
With an impressive turnout of over 100 final-year MBBS students and interns, the event proved to be an invaluable resource for those seeking clarity and insight into their future medical careers.
Dr. Archana Bhat, President of the Father Muller Medical College Alumni Association, warmly welcomed the participants, setting the tone for an engaging and enlightening programme. Dr. Anthony Sylvan Dsouza, the Dean of the College, delivered an address that provided valuable insights and inspiration, encouraging attendees to pursue their dreams and make a meaningful impact in the medical profession.
Under the expert guidance of Dr. Lishal as the emcee, the event featured distinguished speakers who shared their expertise on various aspects of medical careers and international opportunities. Dr. Sowmya NS, Co-founder and COO of StudyMEDIC, captivated the audience with an informative talk on career options available in countries such as Australia, the United Kingdom, and the United States. This sheds light on the unique advantages and challenges associated with pursuing medical careers abroad.
Dr. Nikhil Paul, an experienced mentor at StudyMEDIC, focused on the significance of emergency medicine and offered valuable insights for students interested in this specialised field. Attendees gained a deeper understanding of the opportunities, demands, and rewards associated with emergency medicine.
Mr. Jomy George, Assistant Course Director of StudyOET, provided practical guidance on how to prepare effectively for these exams, which are essential for medical professionals aiming to pursue careers in foreign countries. His expertise in language proficiency and test preparation strategies offered students valuable tips to enhance their prospects in the global medical landscape.
The event encouraged active participation and engagement from attendees, providing an opportunity for students to interact directly with the speakers. Questions were asked, doubts were clarified, and valuable insights were shared, making the event a dynamic and enriching experience for all.
The support and commitment of the Father Muller Medical College Alumni Association played a pivotal role in the event’s success, ensuring that students received valuable guidance and mentorship from experienced professionals.
StudyMEDIC takes great pride in facilitating events like the Campus Connect programme. With a strong focus on empowering students and providing them with the necessary tools and information to make informed decisions about their medical careers, StudyMEDIC remains dedicated to supporting the next generation of medical professionals.