The duration of the International Clinical Rotations are four to eight weeks long, acquiring three to six credit hours. Each student will be assigned a mentor or a preceptor at their host institution, who will assess the student's performance and give him/her a written report or certificate upon completion of the rotation. Clinical rotations are available for students in the following areas, based upon availability:
- Clinical Neuroscience
- Emergency Medicine
- Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Surgery and Surgical Specialties
Get more about information on clinical rotation sites.
Each student will be assigned a mentor, who will assess the student's performance and give him/her a written evaluation. Upon completion of the clinical elective, students must submit a reflection paper or give an oral presentation about the experience.
Tuition & Fees
The host institution will not charge tuition and related fees to exchange students. Rather, students will pay regular tuition and fees to GW. All other expenses are the responsibility of the student. Students selected must demonstrate that they have the necessary personal funds to meet their travel, living, and accommodation expenses.
All institutions will assist students in locating suitable housing during rotations. These options include accommodations on campus or in local housing. In all cases, students are responsible for the expense of their room and board as well as the expense of traveling to and from the host country and host institution.
Review the Admissions page for more information.