I loved my time at King’s, and I would definitely recommend for all study abroad students to consider applying! Going into the semester, I was nervous—after all, you can only study abroad once—but it turned out to be a decision I will never regret. Here are my top three reasons why you should consider KCL for your semester abroad.
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This photo was taken right before sunset on Waterloo Bridge. It is significant to me because I had to walk along this bridge every day for class and I would always be in awe of the gems of London. The skyline along the River Thames is incredible and something that ignites such a passion in me for the city. Continue reading “King’s College London: The Center of it all – Bahira Ahmed”
As a pre-medical student, I was extremely excited to have been accepted to the King’s College London Health and Society Premedical Program for the Spring 2019 semester. I was 1 of 16 study abroad students chosen from the United States to participate in this five month program. This pre-medical course introduced me to a new way of thinking about medicine. By visiting art galleries and medical museums I learned a great deal of how far we have come in medicine and the endless possibilities we have. Continue reading “How to be a ‘Good’ Doctor – Bahira Ahmed”
This photo was taken during my first few weeks in London. It is quite significant because it shows how enthusiastic I felt about finally studying abroad. Before I started studying at King’s College London, I was both nervous and excited. I was expecting a bit of a culture shock, as I have never been to England. I also worried about how I would find my place in a big city like London. To my surprise, I acclimated much quicker than expected. For the first few weeks, I was learning to adapt to a new culture, to learn a transportation system, and to live on my own. Continue reading “LO’ve’NDON – Bahira Ahmed”