While using the diagnostic imaging equipment on placement in Dar es Salaam, you’ll observe cases from broken bones to advanced cancers like retinoblastoma. Due to the lack of modern equipment, you will see first hand how specialists in Dar es Salaam cope with such advanced cases. This will give you a unique perspective into local attitudes toward treatment and care. There are also experiences to be had outside of the hospitals, with a mix of cultures coming together in the bustling city. Further a field you can go on safari and swim in crystal clear water off Zanzibar island. Read what our students think below!
"I can honestly say it is the best decision I have ever made."Read more
The four weeks of my trip were both the most challenging and the most rewarding weeks of my lifeRead more
My four weeks in Dar were the most eye-opening of my career and I got so much from itRead more
I had the most fantastic time and made some brilliant friends. I wanted to go back the moment I leftRead more
The antenatal scans were not the typical 12 and 20 weeks scans, but could be as late as 38 weeksRead more
Small children (just 5 or 6 years old) were treated for complex conditions such as retinoblastomasRead more
The main difference between here and the UK was the patient care, moving, handling and hygieneRead more