Whether you're a graduate, studying or want a taster of working in a field before you embark on a career in medicine, then these electives and taster weeks will give you excellent experience working alongside qualified doctors and healthcare professionals. All of our electives and work experience programmes are overseen by a team of doctors who know exactly what experience universities are looking for and the experience you need to gain from your elective.
Our work experience programmes give those who are thinking about a career in medicine the opportunity to experience first hand what working as a healthcare professional involves. A fantastic opportunity to get the edge in your career with international work experience.
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Gain hands on medical experience in a range of hospital departments in Delhi, staying in modern accommodation close to restaurants and bars!
Work with medical professionals in Namibia carrying out worthwhile work while gaining valuable experience as a medical intern.
Help provide essential medical care and assistance during this rewarding volunteer programme in one of the poorest areas of rural Thailand.
Provide medical care to a large community in magical Malawi and help to eradicate devastating diseases.
You will be Volunteering in South Africa, spending time enriching the lives of patients in a hospital dedicated to sick and injured young children. Although the children in the hospital have experienced some terrible situations, by working within a team, your role is to bring fun, excitement and enjoyment to the wards.
This medical work experience internship is ideal if you are considering studying medicine at university, or are currently training in the medical field as part of your elective. Students from around the world join our internship programme, which is designed specifically to give unparalleled experience working in some of Ghana’s top hospitals and clinics, and valuable insight into the medical services that exist in Africa and the issues they face.