Voyage to Medicine

Voyage to Medicine

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Overview
Registration is open for:
2017/2018

Program Length: Semester

Language of Instruction: English

Tuition: $9,700

Admission Requirements: Open to Bachelor’s Students Majoring in pre-med or related subjects. Need to have completed at least one year of study.

Program Dates: July - January (Fall Semester)

Application Deadline: May, 30, 2017

“Voyage to Medicine has been one the most unique and amazing experiences of my life and has helped me in deciding my direction and aspirations in medicine. The knowledge and skills I have gained from this program will not only help me stand out in my application but will help me be a better doctor for the rest of my career.” - George, Class of 2016/17

 

About

The Voyage to Medicine program is a fall-semester study abroad program for pre-med and other health/science undergraduate students. It combines aspects of hands on experience at one of Israel’s leading hospitals, clinical research, academic studies and volunteer work in coordination with TAU International, Assaf Harofeh Medical Center, and Magen David Adom (the Israeli Red Cross).

The program is designed to immerse students into the medical and health care fields. It provides a unique opportunity to gain first hand views and experiences in one of Israel’s finest hospitals and its medical institutions, under the guidance of expert physicians in the field.

 

The Voyage to Medicine program offers a unique educational experience. Along with the academic courses taught by leading physicians, students will get the opportunity to shadow staff members and be integrated in the department’s daily activity, to watch leading medical technics, converse with patients and experience first-hand what it means to be part of a medical team at a level one trauma center. The hospital setting enable students to view and take part in the work done at the various departments of the hospital, such as the ER and ORs, Pediatrics and Orthopedics, Gynecology and Plastics and many more.

 

Students will gain a one of a kind experience through a combination of academic courses in medicine, volunteering as EMTs, and advance their knowledge by shadowing the medical staff and participating in clinical research.

 

Program Highlights:

  • Advance your knowledge in medicine through academic course work
  • Take part in clinical research at one of Israel’s leading medical facilities
  • Shadow medical professionals at Assaf Harofeh medical center
  • Get hands-on medical experience working as an EMT
  • Enjoy social activities including on-campus events, museum visits, city tours and more
  • Make lifelong friends with students from all around the world
  • Immerse yourself in the exciting city and culture of Tel Aviv!

 

*Masa Grants are available to eligible students.

 

Click here to see our brochure.

 

 

This is what our latest graduates had to say about the program:

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