With the Bachelor of Medical and Health Sciences, the most enjoyable thing that I've found throughout my 3 years is the flexibility of subjects. I've been able to delve into different areas of health such as public health or more anatomy and physiology subjects, which is directing my attention to what I want to do further in my career.
We have an amazing Anatomy program here which is a feed on from a body donation program, which allows undergraduates to work within an anatomy lab with cadaver material. That's not on offer at all universities and that does provide us with a step forward in our anatomy academia.
The thing I like most at UOW is that the classes are very small and personalised so you don't feel like you're just a number, and you can get all the support and help that you need. The best thing is that all the theory that you learn and all the experiments and the procedures can all be applied to the real world so you get to understand at a deeper level what's going on in health and disease.
So one of the really cool things about studying nutrition at UOW is all the teachers are fully accredited. They're all dieticians and they have so much experience or everything's really current and up-to-date.