With the diagnostic equipment being far from modern in the hospital we've partnered with, your clinical experience will prove to be a unique and challenging experience. But even so, local staff are able to provide a high standard of care to patients. You’ll likely have the chance to diagnose rare and unusual conditions that you’ve never seen before. Anuradhapura is also a fascinating cultural and historical centre as well as an intellectual one – the city holds over 50 Buddhist temples, shrines, and stupas. You might also choose to take a hot air balloon ride over the jungles of Dambulla. Read what our students think below!
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"There was no CT scanner, and when I opened up conversation about funding, they noted that it was quite limited."Read more
"If you’re considering a Work the World placement, my advice would be ‘definitely go!’ It’s the chance of a lifetime, and will open your mind to different cultures and experiences."Read more
"I can honestly say it is the best decision I have ever made."Read more
"X-rays were constantly taken with multiple patients and family in the room".Read more
"We have realised that 3 weeks in Tanzania just isn't long enough"!.Read more
"I’ve returned home with a fresh outlook on the type of practitioner I want to be".Read more
I do have great admiration for the hospital staff, who were relentless in their effortsRead more
The introduction at the hospital made things reassuring.Read more
There were always various presentations... Offering a chance to learn both in the clinical and classroom settingRead more
Nepal should be experienced by everyone. I give this placement my highest recommendationRead more