Originally Posted by kl323
I've been in a relationship for 4 years. I'm half way through med school now and my relationship is likely to be over soon. Because of this pending doomed relationship, I haven't put myself out there to meet people or make many friends... How hard is it to meet someone new as a 25 year old male med student?
You'll have plenty of chances to meet new girls. Maintain contact with other schools through social or sports clubs. In general I found faculties of Art and Commerce tend to have the prettiest girls. But that may just be my over generalisation.
Once you start working , hospitals and outside clinics are worlds in themselves. You'll meet lots of new people be it other doctors, nurses, physiotherapist, pharmacist etc. it's a whole wide community out there and plenty of chance to get to know them. On your few days off, you can still meet normal, non-medical people from outside.
You also have youth and advantageous male gender on your side, don't have the pressure of aging ovaries. So just relax. Concentrate on your study and you'll meet someone soon enough.