Extra-curricular activities are something you probably already do a lot of. As you know, for your personal statement and dental school interviews, it’s important to show off your life outside of study, your communication skills and your time management; things which are exemplified through volunteering, part-time work and social commitments.
When we talk to prospective students, one thing they are sometimes concerned about is the workload, and not having enough time to do the things they enjoy, but that really isn’t the case. King’s offers hundreds of opportunities to socialise and earn, making London a little bit more affordable and a lot more fun.
For students up and down the country, this is a really exciting time, but it can also be a little nerve wracking. For many it’s a completely new environment, and moving away from home can be daunting.
As I’m now about to enter my final year of university, I’ve gathered up my top tips to prepare for life in London, with some of the resources I’ve gathered over the years.
University is an exciting chapter in adult life. From the independence of choosing what to study, to the freedom of living away from home, it can be a little overwhelming when deciding where to go. This post will give you some pointers on things to consider when choosing your university, and help give you a taste of life within King’s.
Now you have your offer, what’s next? If you don’t live in London, why not start thinking about your big move and most importantly where you’re going to live!
Hello, and a warm welcome to the King’s College London Dentistry student blog. My name is Lauren, and over the next few months I’ll be sharing my hints and tips on how to get the most out of dental school.