Xavier Busuttil-Crellin

I was inspired to pursue science by the ever-changing nature of the field, with new techniques, technologies and knowledge continually in development.

I was inspired to pursue science by the ever-changing nature of the field, with new techniques, technologies and knowledge continually in development. A major in human structure and function provides a challenging yet engaging pathway to a career centralised around the study of the human body.

I have enjoyed the intellectual challenges posed by the university academics and my fellow students. I feel as though this is a driving force which stimulates my desire for learning, and continued passion to engage in a career in science. Being in an environment of like-minded individuals has really aided me in striving for my goals, and provides great support during semester as everyone helps each other out. The clubs and societies at the University provide intrinsic connections to fellow students, which provide essential nourishment for friendships to grow.

Studying at UoM has provided me with the opportunity to engage with the global community, and pursue my interest in the field of science. This has been made possible by the numerous opportunities the university provides, such as the opportunity to volunteer within the university community, providing exceptional academic services and support, and connecting Australian students with a diverse range of students from across the world.

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