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  1. I applied twice. In both cases I did not even get a interview. I know that the common advice on premed101 and SDN is that you go to a med school in the country where you want to practice. At the same time we have to be aware that there are people who have applied to Canadian MD schools for the past 4-6 years and were never able to get an acceptance. Would I really want to explore the IMG route at the age of 30 as opposed to 24-25?
  2. I have been accepted to a 4 year MD program in both Ireland and Australia. I am having a difficult time deciding which option would be better (even tough I am aware that neither option is great!). It should be mentioned that I have a EU passport so there is a chance of staying in Ireland to do the internship year. However, I am not guaranteed a internship spot as I applied via Atlantic Bridge. Does anyone have any more information on the internship situation for EU passport holders in Ireland? There is also a possibility of staying in Australia but just like Ireland the internship position is not guaranteed. With the internship crisis (more medical schools have opened yet the # of internship spots remained the same) in Australia it might be even more difficult. Anybody have inside info on what the situation with internships is in Australia atm? My goal is to match back in Canada or the US, although I am open to staying in either Australia or Ireland. Which option would be better with that in mind? If anyone has some more information on the internship situation in these countries please let me know. Also I would appreciate if you could let me know which option you would pursue and why?
  3. I have been accepted to a 4 year MD program in both Ireland and Australia. I am having a difficult time deciding which option would be better (even tough I am aware that neither option is great!). It should be mentioned that I have a EU passport so there is a chance of staying in Ireland to do the internship year. However, I am not guaranteed a internship spot as I applied via Atlantic Bridge. Does anyone have any more information on the internship situation for EU passport holders in Ireland? There is also a possibility of staying in Australia but just like Ireland the internship position is not guaranteed. With the internship crisis (more medical schools have opened yet the # of internship spots remained the same) in Australia it might be even more difficult. Anybody have inside info on what the situation with internships is in Australia atm? My goal is to match back in Canada or the US, although I am open to staying in either Australia or Ireland. Which option would be better with that in mind? If anyone has some more information on the internship situation in these countries please let me know. Also I would appreciate if you could let me know which option you would pursue and why?
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