Why did I choose this school:
Cebu Doctors' University is a school known for their prestige and the charisma. It only took two rides from my home so the place was convenient for me. My older sister graduated there as well so it was more advantageous for I had most of the books with me already, not to mention all of her notes and experience.
About Cebu Doctors' University:
Fresh high school graduates enjoy the school for the prestigious, cool, and clean ambiance it offers that is perfect for studying. You can never run out of places to study, whether you prefer to go at it alone or by group. You can find seating areas at all four corners at every floor. And if that's enough, there's always the library.
CDU has two air conditioned libraries, one for the sole use of Medicine students and the other for the rest of the courses to populate. There is a designated area for internet access, two conference rooms, and plenty of medical books at your disposal. Don't expect a lot of choices for fiction though. It is, after all, a medical school above all else.
Bathrooms are easy to locate. There are plenty of cubicles for you to do your business, which is a huge advantage especially when so many medical students still fail to observe proper bathroom etiquette. There may be vending machines for your feminine necessities and toiletries in certain comfort rooms but they often get stuck, leaving you with no money and your purchased product stuck midway.
Many people joke that the school looks like a giant air conditioner sticking out in barren land. That is why most people are shocked to know that despite the overpriced tuition fees, most classrooms are not air conditioned at all. It's almost like a non-air conditioned high class mall - if it rains in high class malls.
Students and employees alike suffer from whatever weather imaginable. It didn't matter if you were inside. The skies will still continue to rain on your parade. See, the school is designed with a lot of ventilation to allow cool air in. Unfortunately, that plan tends to backfire on stormy days. Watch out for puddles. You might just slip, especially when you're required to don heels in your uniform, as is the case for female Nursing students. But at least it gets better when summer rolls around. We'll still enjoy that nice cool breeze. :D
My current job:
I'm currently enrolled as a Medical student in the Cebu Institute of Medicine.
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