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International Opportunities

study abroad

International experiences include internships, volunteering, research, courses, and more. Explore a new country while developing skills in adaptability, self-reliance, problem solving, and cultural awareness. 

Before embarking on a health-related international experience, please review the information below:

Health-related Education ABROAD trips:

MSU Education abroad resources

Non-MSU Programs 

Atlantis Project: The Atlantis Project Fellowship immerses pre-med and pre-health undergraduates in small hospitals in Europe. Successful applicants spend a few intense weeks observing the daily life of doctors in various specialties.

Child Family Health International (CFHI): CFHI provides community-based Global Health Education Programs for health science students and institutions.

International Service Learning (ISL)ISL enlists medical and educational volunteer teams for the provision of services to under-served populations in Central and South America, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Africa.

CEA Study Abroad: CEA brings high-quality international academic programs and services to students. Along the way you'll learn to communicate across cultures, gain independence, become self aware and achieve international understanding.

Have Additional Questions?

Talk with the Office of Education Abroad or contact NatSci's Director of Education Abroad and Off-Campus Programs, Sarah Whitaker.