How to become an ophthalmologist
Select the specialization at the beginning of his training at the medical University course on 1-2. After that you will need to attend additional lectures on subjects that will be useful for you to work. For example, if you want to become a doctor, then you need to start extra-curricular training already on 3-4 course. For this you can apply for sanitation or of nursing positions in specialized clinics (not necessarily what they should be III-IV level of accreditation). Here you will get the necessary practical knowledge for their future profession, learn the secrets of the honored doctors and will gain invaluable experience in first contact with real patients.
To become a full doctor you will able only on condition that you will have a complete medical education. This means that you will assign a master's degree or specialist. The basis for your degree of the doctor-ophthalmologist will serve as your specialty in medical practice. This means that basic education you need to be a therapist. In the case when you want to become a pediatric ophthalmologist, you should have the diploma of a pediatrician. It is necessary as a guarantee that you have firm knowledge on such basic subjects as biology, anatomy, chemistry, Latin. If you also have a just finished medical school, then you'll have to spend another 6-7 years of my life to attend and to graduate from high school on the selected profile.
A more in-depth study of relevant course begins on or fourth year (if you are studying at the faculty) or five (for medical or military departments). The main study ophthalmology starts on the 6th year of medical University. First, this period begins preparation for the diploma, and secondly, the students have already obtained enough practical and theoretical knowledge. On to become a doctor, students must pass the internship.
After graduating from the medical University you can get a job on a speciality, i.e. to become a doctor. However, this calm before. Key to the success of an ophthalmologist will be a regular training. This means that you will have to constantly participate in conferences, to receive additional lectures, to learn new research in the field of ophthalmology and to develop their own scientific approaches to treatment. Only when all these conditions you can become a professional and experienced doctor.