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International Study Opportunities

Nursing and Healthcare in South America/Nursing Clinical Community and Families

Location: South America
Dates: Interim
Course: Nursing 418
Contact: Undergraduate Program Office 920-424-1028

Comparative Nursing & Health care in India

Location: Chennai - India
Dates: Interim
Course: Nursing 418
Contact: Undergraduate Program Office 920-424-1028

Complete clinical rotations in Chennai India!

Compare nursing & healthcare in India while on a journey with other UW Oshkosh students and faculty in Chennai, New Delhi, and Dehradun, where you will examine nursing, health and health care in a diverse culture!  Visit medical facilities, Sri Ramachandra Medical College and Research Institute, Jamia Hamdard University and the Himalayan Institute Hospital Trust School of Nursing.  Meet with health care officials and attend academic sessions on Unani Medicine (alternative medicine).

  • GAIN PERSPECTIVES on international nursing and discover how it differs from national and regional activities

  • DEVELOP AN UNDERSTANDING of international health care organizations

  • UNDERSTAND THE NEED to analyze economic and non-economic factors that may influence health and nursing in foreign countries

  • GAIN KNOWLEDGE of alternative ways of structuring nursing organizations, control procedures and performance evaluations

  • ACHIEVE GREATER GLOBAL AWARENESS, especially in relation to developing economic markets

  • GROW PERSONALLY from new awareness of the increasingly complex global environment and from meeting the challenges of living and traveling in other countries


All of the information included here is subject to change. Modifications may be required depending on the exigencies of the situation.


Office of International Education

  • To read more about opportunities to study abroad, please visit the Office of International Education website





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