We love seeing people who've enjoyed their Work the World experience talked about in the news. Below, you can see exactly who's been writing about us.

If you'd like to promote your Work the World story in your university press, we'd be more than happy to help. You can get in touch with us at marketing@worktheworld.co.uk

University of East Anglia

Cody Thorndyke, a Paramedic Science student, says her elective in Peru was the best experience of her life.

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University of Wolverhampton

Recent midwifery graduate, Isabella Danks, talks to her university about how she saw conditions she'd only read about on her placement in the Philippines.

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Edge Hill University

Stephanie Humphries, an adult nursing student, talks about her experience in a low-resource hospital on the coast of Ghana.

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University of Plymouth

Medical student Ian Bugg, writes about his experiences in a overcrowded, underfunded Mexican public hospital.

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University of Brighton

University of Brighton nursing students were offered the opportunity to apply for a Work the World scholarship to undertake an overseas nursing elective in their second year.

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University of East London

Second-year Physiotherapy student Nandu Pillai says his time in Tanzania was invaluable. 

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Anglia Ruskin University

Child Nursing student Jade reflects on her placement in Nepal, where she developed her skills by working on paediatric and maternity wards in rural and built-up areas of the Himalayas.

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Bournemouth University

Adult nursing student Sarah received a grant from Bournemouth University - the Global Horizons Fund, which meant flights and other expenses were covered for her nursing elective overseas. 

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Oxford Brookes University

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A first year Physiotherapy student entered herself into a competition run by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP), and won one of two top prizes...

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Teesside University

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Student radiographer Jason Brook has won the opportunity to travel to Peru to discover how radiography is practiced overseas...

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Royal College of Nursing

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Mental Health nursing in Sri Lanka...

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Doctors Without Borders

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Work the World organise elective placements and projects overseas for medical students, nurses, midwives, dentists and physiotherapists...

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Glasgow Caledonian Student Stories

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Volunteering in Nepal has given me a whole new perspective.

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Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

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Rebecca Fawcett, a student at the University of Birmingham, travelled to Sri Lanka in 2015 as the winner of our elective overseas placement prize draw...

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Society of Radiographers

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Olga Palmer, winner of the 2015/16 SCoR Work the World Competition, recounts her once in a lifetime trip to the Philippines (login required).

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Society of Radiographers: Student Talk

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"So, it's the week before I fly off to Tanzania! And saying that I am excited is by far an understatement!"...

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Nursing times

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Student Nurse, Sarah, offers some insider tips to raise money for your overseas elective...

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Physio Wizz

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When undertaking their elective placements in developing countries, physiotherapy students find themselves involved with treatment and patient...

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Nursing Times

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In honour of International Nurses’ Day, Work the World, who specialise in Medical Electives in developing countries for both professionals and students...

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Staffordshire Student Blogs

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As a student mental health nurse at Staffordshire, I’ve always wanted to explore another healthcare setting and have been particularly interested in seeing how mental health is viewed in...

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Net Doctor

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Originally celebrating Women's right to vote in the US, Women's Equality Day now highlights the disparity between men and women...

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Royal Medical Benevolent Fund

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For many students, an elective takes place in the final year of their medical degree. With the heavy workload that the final year entails...

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