iam final year medical student in Mysore.how to apply for observer-ship in USA? what are the requisites for it & what would be the cost?

0 78 Views | Posted 2011-09-16 23:00:42
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    Sandra Jackson

    2011-09-22 15:58:46
    hi sachin,I wanna suggest you that you should go with abroad expert or visit www.optimaeducation.com . He is us advisor .
    mail info@optimaeducation.com
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    sandra
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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-22 15:54:54
    Hi Sachin,The goal of this program is to provide a strong clinical experience as well as a basic overview of the American medical system to the observer.Being observers you can expect to participate, with American colleagues, in the work of a medical center that enjoy a outstanding international reputation for interdisciplinary coordination of education, research, diagnosis and treatment.Application Checklist:1.CV.2.Objective statement or SOP.3.Time and length of observership.4.2 letters of recommendation.5.Copy of medical degree.6.Copy of medical transcripts.Tuition Fees:It can range from $1,500/ per week to $2000/week.I hope this answers... view more

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