This is a medical school with meaning. Choosing to practice medicine with a focus on global health means that you desire to become a physician with ethos as well as an activist. The Medical School for International Health at Ben Gurion University capitalizes on these desires by facilitating the opportunities for students to address the cultural, political, economic, and environmental factors associated with healthcare.
Hone your skills as a physician while you work with underserved populations, immerse yourself in disciplines like epidemiology, agriculture, ethics, sociology, economics, and political science. With MSIH, you’ll have access to world-class medical rotations and clerkships in Israeli medical centers where you’ll serve diverse populations. You’ll also get the chance to participate in a life-changing 8-week global health clerkship during your fourth year of study in locales around the world such as Uganda, Nepal, Peru, Sri Lanka, as well as in Canada and the US.
Pursue your degree while you feed a passion for social justice in a small class setting. Challenge yourself through this unique program, hosted in the enchanting Negev desert in Be’er Sheva, Israel.
Duration: 11 months
Age Group: Post College
Location: Be’er Sheva
Program dates and tuitions (before significant grants & scholarships are applied)
July - $37,000SEE IF YOU QUALIFY