Are doctors allowed to study abroad?
Or is it only for the people who are majoring in design such as fashion?
- dripLv 76 months agoFavorite Answer
You can study anywhere you want to. As long as you can get accepted into the university and can pay.
Whether or not your you education will qualify you For a job in your country you will need to research.
- KatieLv 66 months ago
As part of a medicine degree that a young relative is doing, she has to spend 1 year as part of the course 'working' abroad.
- ibu guruLv 77 months ago
Studying abroad for medicine is too often a waste of time & money. It's not a matter of being "allowed" or not. It's a matter of having to pass your own country's medical exams, and having contacts, references, recommendations from your professors, etc.
Student visas are temporary non-immigration visas issued on the condition that foreign students return to their country of citizenship immediately upon completion or termination of full-time studies. You are going home, and that's final. You must pass your country's medical exams. You must get a post-degree clinical training program, and you need references, recommendations, from known people. You're better off studying medicine in your own country.
- MamawidsomLv 77 months ago
In the U.S., a college student with any major may choose to do a study aboard term. That term may impact their ability to get their courses completed for their major or it may not. Some students choose not to go abroad for this reason -- others go. In the U.S., these students aren't doctors or even medical students; they are pre-med undergraduates. U.S. pre-med students sometimes choose to attend medical school outside of the U.S.
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- bubbaLv 67 months ago
not only allowed but are expected to go for at least 1 yr to an over seas hospital