Celesti Tan

Celesti has always had an interest in sciences and health, but her time at the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences sparked her interest and passion to work in the public health sector.

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"The Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc) has so many excellent health career pathways for graduates. You can work in various areas of health, spanning from public health and policy to management, consultancy, or clinical programmes.

"I’m excited to use the versatile skills the BHSc has given me to study further and undertake postgraduate studies.

In high school, I loved to volunteer and get involved with giving back to my community. Because of my love of science and interest in helping people, my family and teachers suggested healthcare would be an excellent fit for me. Whilst starting university during COVID-19 was challenging, it sparked my interest in public health, an interest that has only continued to grow.

Celesti Tan Bachelor of Health Sciences and Bachelor of Science Conjoint

"I like how tight-knit my BHSc cohort has become, both with peers and lecturers. I love how open the lecturers and tutors are, and how willing everyone is to assist with both personal and academic issues.

"Student support at the faculty is excellent.I have joined many clubs and found the knowledge and connections I’ve gained invaluable to my university experience. I encourage all new students to join as many groups and clubs as you can, and make sure you visit our faculty’s Student Support team.”