Which medical degrees are currently being awarded at Oxford University?

More articles “I have always wanted to become a doctor, but I have always been a very conscientious person and I think I can make a difference,” she said.

“If I can help someone in need, I want to do that.”

The degree is one of several that the 23-year-old has been working towards.

“It’s not about having the most prestigious degree, but having a good understanding of medicine and how to help others,” Ms MacIntyre said.

“I really want to see what happens after I graduate.”

You can get a lot of money and a lot more prestige, but there’s also a lot you can’t really do.

“And I want people to realise that this is not just a career.”

When you’re a doctor and you get involved in the community, you get to see the impact people have on people’s lives.

“Being a doctor is a huge commitment and you can only do so much.”

There’s so much you can learn, and you really want people who know medicine to come forward to help.

“For more information about the University of Oxford and how you can apply for its medical degree programmes, visit: www.oxford.ac.uk/medicaldegree/degree/doctorate-degree-programmes