Well here's the thing. i'm a med student in my final year, and i've been having some trouble passing. so much trouble in fact, that i am seriously considering changing disciplines. my original plan was to go ahead and get a master's degree in stem cell research after i graduate and complete my internship. what happened is that i've been stuck with two subjects for a whole year now, and i am seriously thinking about bypassing this whole medicine thing and entering my field of interest via a Bachelor's in biology. it all sounded great, and i was planning to achieve that by finding a university that has a Bachelors program taught in English in europe. Besides the UK, all i found was a University college in Norway. I was told that i will only start a year later if i apply now. not keen on wasting another year, i am looking for alternatives.
Before anyone says i should stick to completing my medical degree. let me just say that the particular uni i'm studying isn't worth the hassle, and that i already tried too hard to the point of mentally blocking any notion of graduation.
The question is:
Is there a way to tailor my degree from what i previously studied, and adding to it whatever courses i am missing? I would love to find a University - or even an academy - that has flexible courses, and some advice on which courses to take to start a career.
It's all a dreadful waste of time, and i am really beginning to get down. I am interested in any aspect of Molecular biology or genomics or stem cell research. be it practical -preferred - or academic.
Perhaps someone here can enlighten me?