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International learners, visitors and employees at KU Medical Center
Countries visited by KU Medical Center students and residents since 2019
KU Medical Center students, residents & faculty partaking in an international experience yearly

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Inbound Study Programs

Are you from outside the U.S. and interested in pursuing a degree in medicine, nursing or another health profession? The Office of International Programs can help you find the right program.

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Outbound Study Programs

What can I do? Where can I go? How can I pay for it? The Office of International Programs is here to answer all your questions.

Marlee Johnson, a Master of Public Health student, traveled to Vellore, a city in the state of Tamil Nadu in southern India, to observe Christian Medical College’s health outreach programs as a Global Health Independent Study. Her 21-day trip included attending community planning classes with local medical students as well as focusing on approaches to women’s health.
A team of four doctoral-level audiology students, two clinical assistant professors and four interpreters participated in a medical mission to Antigua, Guatemala. The team saw almost 180 patients and fit 148 new hearing aids over nine days.
As a KU School of Medicine-Salina student, Nate Grabill spent six weeks in the mountains of eastern Haiti on a Clendening Fellowship. His project entailed mapping previously unmapped villages within a day’s walk of Thoman and conducting a medical survey in each one.