“I was attracted to studying at CAHID because of the chance to spend a year working with Thiel embalmed cadavers.
“I’d considered applying to similar degrees at other universities but I was disappointed when I found out that their cadaver programmes only lasted between six weeks and six months.
“I’d never been to Scotland, so choosing to study at the University of Dundee was a big decision. Although I sometimes miss home, I’m really enjoying it here.
“When I initially applied to this course I was interested in a potential career in forensics but since taking a module in neuroscience and neuroanatomy, I’ve become increasingly interested in working in this field.
“Studying at CAHID gives you great exposure to many areas of anatomy and human identification. If I hadn’t studied this course, I never would have discovered my newfound passion for neuroscience and neuroanatomy.”
“The MSc in Human Anatomy is a great degree programme and if you’re interested in learning through working with cadavers, then this is the course for you.”