Medical School

Andy andywon at hongkong.com
Sun Nov 28 03:19:21 EST 1999


Hi ,

Thanks for your mail !
    As I know, there are two streams of medical courses in Australia.
One is retaining the traditional good quality of six-year
medical program (e.g. University of New South Wales & Monash University)
while the another one is  taking the approach of
Problem Bases Learning (PBL) or Self-Directed Learning (e.g. University
of Sydney).
    Therefore, I get confused about these two streams of medical
programs. Then, I asked for comments and suggestions from the "medical
newsgroups" . Some people replied that it depends on my need &
biomedical background. But the others stated that "PBL courses give
students more developed skills to work in teams and as individuals.
That is what is required of doctors in today's world.  Society will not
accept doctors who can not work in a team environment.Moreover, PBL
program eliminates the competition among the students as ,other than
"pass" & "fail", there are no grades for the examinations of  first two
years."
    I'll be glad if you would kindly give me some comments and tell me
what you distinguish the medical course at UNSW from the most Australian
Universities.

Cheers,
Andy


sunvalley at my-deja.com wrote:

> Hi,
>
> Currently, only University of New South Wales and University of Sydney
> offer MBBS in Sydney. The entry requirement for USYD is different
> (require first degree to admit). Both Unis have high academic reputation
> nationally and internationaly.
>
> I think the important issue that you should consider is which medical
> schools are recognised in HK.
>
> In article <383D4E42.1D85F59C at hongkong.com>,
>   Andy <andywon at hongkong.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> >     I've given an offer in MBBS by the University of New South Wales.
> > Could anyone give me some comment on the UNSW medical course ?
> >
> > Andy
> >
> >
>
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> Before you buy.





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