Visa Guidelines is back

Alhamdulillah, I got married to a lovely lady by the name of Sarah and we're enjoying our new phase in life since that momentous day.

And yeah, I graduated from the University of Nottingham and thus, escaping from the evil clutches of my medical school. woot2! probably needs a post on this as well but yeah, maybe later.

at the bottom of this blog, there is an article on visa guidelines for medical students graduated from UK medical schools under MARA scholarship who are planning to work as an FY1 doctor in the UK.

After all, it was my visa guidelines which i made 5 years ago that helped me to get to know a lot of people and for some, have now become my close friends. And it helped a lot of other people as well. So I hope that this guideline would ease your efforts a bit. Visa application is always confusing.

Scroll down to the bottom for the guideline

Thursday, November 18, 2010

teenage dream

Do you remember the time when you're a teenager?

You kinda have a list of possible future careers:
- a professional badminton player
- a renowned food critic
- a cool CSI agent
- a fit and healthy dietitian
- an articulate lawyer

And you even have this aspiration of getting married young so the age difference between you and your firstborn would not be that large, you're going to open up your own restaurant even if you already have a job just because you love the food industry, you'll be one of the most influential video makers and each of your masterpiece will touch the hearts of many, you want to memorize the Quran by heart, you planned to become a composer or a lyricist so you can produce songs that you had always wanted to sing but you can't because you don't have the gift, you wish to capture lots and lots of inspiring shots with the camera that you have or you hope that you would publish several creative writings just simply because you love to write and you're expressive in that way.

Yeah, the good old times huh? Well, I am impressed really with the human mind. We can have so many wishes especially when we were younger.

But really, what's so different now compared to back then? You're still you. And all those dreams were yours. Sorry, I meant all those dreams ARE yours, insyaAllah.

Did you get the point? Dreams will be dreams as long as you want them to be. You've dreamed them for so long; and it's about time to realize them =)


The Nottingham Advantage Award


Anyway, I'm gonna talk a bit about Nottingham since some of my readers complained that I talked too much about myself :P


Basically, I am now an Award student and thus, I'm gonna complete at least 3 modules during my stay in Nottingham before I graduate in the year 2014. And hopefully, I'll attain the Nottingham Advantage Award along with my double degree. So, my first module is:


Student Associate Scheme!

Actually, I got an email yesterday saying that I got the job, alhamdulillah =)))

I guess I'll be working alongside teachers then, at a local primary school with all those lovely kids (^^,)

I guess I'll be going back to classrooms then, the place where I had always enjoy spending time in (the place where i can actually focus unlike the lecture halls where i'd rather skip and study on my own).

I just can't wait to go back to school!

Frankly, I do relish my teenage years. I was aspired to go further, take a chance and don't ever look back...

13 reviews:

  1. all the best adlan..lama x nampak..

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  2. Student Advantage Award? Care to elaborate? =)

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  3. to el nino,

    thanks cha! bukan kau baru jumpe aku ke a few days ago :P

    to eL,

    Well, basically those with these awards are hoped to be more likely to stand out from the crowd when looking for employment. It's like u're doing something to increase ur experience apart from the academics at the uni. And being me, i just love doing these things =)

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  4. All the best...

    Inspiring kot post ni :-)

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  5. thanks! yeah, i love inspring posts ;)

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  6. I think what you're doing is cool, ie the advantage award etc..
    By the way, hello! I read this blog of yours once in a while you know and I like your posts. =)

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  7. OMG!

    It's ms shereen!

    as much as i love the comment that you left, i can't deny that i'm beginning to feel a bit apprehensive now :P

    thanks for reading! now, i'm sooo going to read yours now that i know you have one :D

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  8. Haha.. My posts are self-indulgent sometimes.. May not be as interesting as yours.. Hosni still your housemate? Kirim salam.. :)

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  9. yes, hosni's still my housemate. we haven't start to kill each other yet.

    anyway, he did mention about the postcard that you requested, huhu.

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  10. Hehehe.. am sure he's a good housemate and so are you. Tell him, it still hasn't arrived though I know he has sent it. I did not `request' it.. I just merely hinted that he should write me one.. Took him a year in UK to finally do that :)

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  11. He'd already sent you one? I'm impressed ;P

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  12. Assalamualaikum..
    salam dari Nottingham Malaysia.
    hehehe..

    nie ha, saya terbaca post nie
    n kebetulan saya minat nak masuk nottingham advantage award nie.

    so, okey ke? mcm susah je kalo nak amek dari malaysia sbb dia punyer aktiviti and pusat sumer kat UK.

    sila berikan sedikit pendapat
    terima kasih =)

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  13. wassalam,

    nottingham malaysia ada jugak NAA (Nottingham Advantage Award). tu yang dia cakap masa kat Celebration event. maybe kena tanya kat Centre for Career Development kat Malaysian Campus.

    All the best!

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