FSM students must meet the specific application deadlines set by FSM partner institutions when applying for an elective rotation and/or research project at an affiliated international site.
- Lottery deadline for M3s to apply for senior year electives: March 6 (applications will be accepted after this date, but many programs may be filled)
- General M1 application deadline: January 14
- Feinberg Travel Grant (M4s): September 11
- Global Health Initiative (M1s): February 11
- International Health Fellowship: Rolling applications but materials must be submitted a minimum of six months prior to the proposed project start date.
- Global Health Initiative Funding (M4s): July 17. All others must apply a minimum of three months prior to proposed travel date
M3s/M4s: All FSM partner institutions require that visiting student applications be received a minimum of six (6) months in advance of the proposed start date of the a visiting rotation and/or research project. FSM students may review the complete list of affiliated FSM partner institutions by clicking here. FSM partner institutions that require more than six months lead-time in order to consider a visiting student’s application are:
- Centro Medico Humberto Parra, Bolivia: 8 – 10 months
- Charite, Germany: 10-12 months
- Hillside Health Care Clinic, Belize: April 1 deadline for any rotation in the following academic year
- Karolinska Institutet, Sweden: April 1 deadline for any rotation in the following academic year
- Stellenbosch University, South Africa: 10 - 12 months
Please visit each institution’s page on the Center for Global Health’s website to review their specific application requirements. Late applicants cannot be guaranteed visiting rotations and/or research projects at FSM partner institutions when applications are received with less than six months advance notice. No visiting student applications from FSM students will be considered when received by the Center for Global Health and the partner institution with three months or less advance notice prior to the proposed start date of the requested rotation and/or research project. This policy is set due to the preparation process required of FSM students engaging in a global health experience at an international site, which includes submission of the CGH and visiting student applications, participation in the required pre-departure orientation process, a request for funding, among other logistical steps.
High demand partners that will require participation in lottery:
- Charite, Germany
- Hillside Health Care International, Belize
- Karolinska, Sweden
- Keio, Japan
- Peking, China
- Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
- Stellenbosch, South Africa (February & April)
- Strasbourg, France
- Trinity, Ireland