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    Are North American students allowed to rotate between Swedish Covenant Hospital and BWMC? So, for example, could I complete MS3 at Swedish Covenant and then chose to do MS4 at BWMC, or must I do both clinical years at one institution?

    As well, are SGUL-Nicosia grads eligible for residency in New York State if we rotate at Swedish Covenant and BWMC instead of in Cyprus solely?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cakepops View Post
    Are North American students allowed to rotate between Swedish Covenant Hospital and BWMC? So, for example, could I complete MS3 at Swedish Covenant and then chose to do MS4 at BWMC, or must I do both clinical years at one institution?

    As well, are SGUL-Nicosia grads eligible for residency in New York State if we rotate at Swedish Covenant and BWMC instead of in Cyprus solely?
    You are not able to mix and match between the 2 US hospitals - both years of clinical training must be at the same site.

    As for your 2nd question, under current New York State Department of Health policy, to enter a Residency programme, a graduate must have had no more than 12 weeks of clinical clerkships in a country other than the country in which the medical school is located. In other words, they must have completed all but 12 weeks of clinical training in Cyprus. Please note that this applies only to applications for residency programmes and not to licensure post-residency: There are no rulings that would preclude graduates from applying to work in New York State in the future if they have completed a three-year residency programme that is deemed acceptable (and meet any immigration regulations and other conditions in place).

    Hope this helps!
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