I've always been interested in pursuing a career in healthcare and finding a way to give back to the community.
I remember looking up the Bachelor of Pharmacy degree at the University of Sydney when I was in the early stages of high school. It has been my goal ever since.
Oncology is definitely my favourite unit. I've always been interested in cancer and how to treat it.
As a third year student, I tend to have a tutorial in the morning and then a break, which is where we get to hang at the bar or on the lawns, and then a lecture block. It's a good balance to the day.
The year group is really close because we all spend so much time together in lectures and tutorials so you make really good friends.
Uni has a lot more freedom than high school. A lot of the time your lecturers and tutors are your friends too.
We do a lot of faculty sports where we verse other faculties and it can get really competitive, but it's always really fun. We also get placements throughout the degree which give us a real insight into what its like working in the field.
I hope to get involved in the oncology unit in a hospital or maybe get involved in research looking into treatments for cancer.
Definitely look into the program that University of Sydney offers. It's great and if you feel passionately about it you wont be disappointed.