A Nursing elective in Cambodia offers the chance to work with tropical infectious diseases like malaria, HIV, TB, and influenza. What’s more, many patients present conditions at stages much further advanced than you’re used to due to the relatively high cost of professional care. Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s livey capital, is a hub of contrasts, where streetside markets touting the latest knock-off brands co-exist with the ancient Buddhist temples. Read what our students think below!
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"One highlight was taking a mountain flight to over the Himalayas and around Mount Everest."Read more
"The Work the World house was truly a home from home, the staff ensured that it felt comfortable and allowed us to just treat it like a home."Read more
"I cannot begin to tell you how lucky I feel to have had the opportunity to experience an international placement."Read more
"If someone was planning on going to Ghana with Work the World, I would absolutely insist that they have to do the village week."Read more
"Life in the Work the World house was great, a real sense of being part of a team."Read more
"I would definitely encourage other students to take up this opportunity if it is possible for them, and I hope that they would have the same rewarding experiences as I did."Read more
"I wanted to do something out of the ordinary, challenge myself, explore another culture and experience nursing in a low-resource setting."Read more
"I learnt so much that I have taken back to my healthcare practice in the UK, and I made friends for life."Read more
"My experience in Nepal has been fantastic, it has been the best thing I have ever done and I would go back in a heartbeat!"Read more
"The Work the World team did everything possible to make our stay comfortable and knowing I had their support during my stay was very reassuring."Read more