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    Overseas clinical rotations at MUL - very confused

    Hi All,

    I got accepted to 4 year program at MUL starting this October and trying to find some information about the overseas (US and UK) clinical rotations that MUL have on offer.

    I contacted MUL a number of times and to date I only received a response that there are no overseas rotations currently available, apart from 12 week electives during last year that students can organise on their own, based on dean's approval. However, the MUL website says completely different thing. It says there are rotations at few hospitals in the US and Epsom hospital in the UK. I have seen that being confirmed by many students on this forum. I also contacted a clinical coordinator at Epsom Hospital in the UK, who confirmed that the rotations are still taking place, though the contract is being currently updated. So what is the real story at MUL? Has someone managed to clarify this with MUL? I feel like they are not saying the whole thing as I wrote a dozen of email with most remaining unanswered or answers being vague or ambiguous.

    I need to add I am a non-AIM student, hence perhaps thats what the whole thing is about. Perhaps the o/s rotations are offered only for AIM students at MUL...

    Please share any information you have.
    Many thanks.
    Cheers!

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    Hi Creena.Yeah i applied to the universities in UK, but missed my cutoff score.I have no preference, except Poznan seems a bit cheaper. GMC does approve 4 year MD programs, but it needs to cover there criteria, main criteria being certain amount of hours covered within the 4 years. Call GMC for any further details.They are quite helpfull.G|ood luck

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    Just to respond to the original thread, and to throw in my 2 cents.

    The MUL administration will not assist you with ANY international clinical rotations and all the work has to be done by you. For US and Canadian students they need to apply via the US/CN international rotation systems which are an inferno. For UK citizens i hear it is much easier, you just apply directly to the university you wish to do the rotation in?? Don't quote me on that :P

    The rotations that you will do in Lodz are absolutely terrible and you will not do anything, just stand around in your lab coat or scrubs, with a doctor talking to you once in a while, discussing some Pathology knowledge..Just watching mostly

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