Texila American University, Best Caribbean School, Guyana

Medical Rotation Program
 

Elective rotations in a different country provides an opportunities for students to gain experience in their field, determine if they have an interest in a particular career, create a network of contacts and gain school credit.

Many students do rotations in a different country to get international experience and learn an extra language and also try to gain more credits into a medical program.

Among them most of the students from across the World get them to do the clinical Rotations {elective training} in hospitals in China as they tend to learn new language and have exposed to new kind of disease patterns.

 
 
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