• Elective Programs for Nursing
    Elective Programs for Nursing Students from their 3rd year programs in nursing and midwifery can now apply for elective programs across a wide range of mission and public hospitals and health centres with ease.
  • Organize Your Placement
    Organize Your Placement We offer hassle-free and professionally organized elective programs. Alternatively, we will provide placement assistance for independently organized elective programs through open placement in our key destinations.
  • Clerkships and Family Medicine
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  • Medical Electives Programs
    Medical Electives Programs Access a full complement of programs for medical electives, internships and clerkships open to pre-med, current and senior students of medicine, nursing and dentistry. Programs start at 4 weeks up to 4 months!
  • Medical Field Studies
    Medical Field Studies Partnering with local medical research institutes and universtiess, students in the fields of medicine, public and international health studies can undertake their study projects.
  • Medical Interns and Volunteers
    Medical Interns and Volunteers Senior medical students are invited to apply to participate in either clinical or research program placements through collaboration with mission hospitals in the region and ITROMID Kenya.

Medical Electives in Kenya

Medical and nursing students interested in study abroad are not likely to select a more ideal destination for electives than Kenya. The opportunities for hospital-based and research electives are diverse and strongly complemented by travel experience(s) that are first rate. Organizing a medical elective term here is comparatively easier than in the rest of East Africa. Like most of sub-Saharan Africa, Kenya faces an acute health burden compounded by inadequate funding and poverty, poor sanitation and inadequate nutrition. Incidence of malaria, tuberculosis, HIV/Aids and more recently, diseases from poor lifestyle including cancers and renal diseases are a major health concern. 

Low turnaround time for placement with electives between 4 weeks and 6 months clustered by program hospitals.

Optional activities in community participation and medical camps.

Cultural interaction through home stays.

Extensive in-country support, recreational activities and custom-tailored safari itineraries to enhance the travel experience.

  • Kenyan Landmarks
  • Nairobi Safari Walk
  • Lake Nakuru National Park
  • Beach, Bush and Country
  • Culture
  • Nairobi
  • Rich Flora and Fauna
  • Close Encounters
  • Tourist Attractions
  • Rich Sporting Tradition
  • Adventure Tours
  • Cultural Diversity

jamaa

This is a mission hospital (semi-private) administered by a Catholic Church trust in Kenya. Following the establishment of Jamaa Home; a facility that was started to take in destitute girls and uplift them from their socially disadvantaged backgrounds, Jamaa Hospital was itself established in 1971 as a nursing home to serve these girls and women under the Edelvale Trust established by the nuns of the Sisters of Our Lady of Charity.

It has since grown and maintained a strong tradition in nursing care and now boasts a fully fledged hospital with a full range of in-patient and out-patient services; with a special emphasis on MCH (maternal and child healthcare). Located in the heart Nairobi's Eastlands area, the hospital has an estimated catchment of over 1.2 million people and is an ideal location for a broad-ranging nursing elective with students being able to engage in a variety of nursing fields, general ward management, maternal and child healthcare.

The hospital has limited capacity for hosting students on elective at any given time so we encourage applicants to apply at least 9 to 12 months in advance of their proposed elective dates.

1. Senior Student Clerkships and Practical Year Programs

medstThis program is open to senior medical students in their 5th or 6th year of study and students on internship taking their elective terms over an extended duration; usually requiring a minimum of 6 weeks and extending to as long as 24 weeks. Without exception, the programs are organized at local teaching hospitals.

Participants are guaranteed close peer-interactions with local medical students and hospital staff; the opportunity to match your academic goals with a superb elective experience; a highly challenging work environment demanding hands-on-participation from students; and adequate supervision within a highly flexible program coordinated by local faculty and specializing medical students.

Nairobi | Kenyatta National Hospital

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Eldoret | Moi Teaching And Referral Hospital

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Kisumu | Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Teaching and Referral Hospital

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Senior student specialties include:

  • Internal Medicine
  • Anaesthesiology
  • Cardiology
  • Dentistry
  • Community Public Health
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • General Surgery
  • Paediatrics
  • Neurosurgery
  • Orthopaedics
  • Radiology
  • Clinical Medicine
  • Research Medicine
  • Family Medicine
  • Ophthalmology
2013/14 DESTINATIONS
Nairobi Eldoret Kisumu
6 Weeks $2,475.00 $2,125.00 $1,975.00
8 Weeks $2,775.00 $2,475.00 $2,325.00
Cost per additional week $150.00 $135.00 $125.00
Weekly Stipend (Proposed) $75.00 $50.00 $50.00

* Group discounts are awarded to students traveling in a group. The discount ranges from 5% to 15% depending on location, participant number(s) and program duration(s). This discount also applies to bookings on our Safari Itineraries.

On Application:

  • Proposed dates for your elective.
  • Recommendation/ Good-standing letter from the Dean of your medical school.
  • Statement of objectives and/or approved study plan for your elective term from your medical school.
  • Complete the online application form(s). You will then receive confirmation of your program acceptance, service fee note and deposit payment instructions.
  • For Travel:

    • Your passport and entry visa (unless you intend to extend your stay beyond 182 days, apply for just a regular visitors visa). Visa fee is usually $50. After applying for your visa, scan and email a copy of both your visa and personal details pages of your passport.
    • Travel insurance. You should scan and send a copy of your travel insurance document(s) to your assigned student liaison who will be on hand to meet you on your arrival.
    • Students taking the open placement option should ensure that they make arrangements to secure the necessary authorizations to have their elective terms cleared. Students can consult with the relevant authorities at the Ministry of Medical Services, The Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board and the Kenya Nurses Council and the Department of Immigration.
  • Nairobi Day Trips and Excursions | Kenya
  • 2 Days | Maasai Mara Expess | Kenya
  • 8 Days | Northern Kenya Circuit Overland | Kenya
  • 3 Days | Nairobi - Maasai Mara - Nairobi | Kenya
  • 6 Days | Best of Outdoors Adventure | Kenya
  • 4 Days | Nairobi - Lake Nakuru - Maasai Mara - Nairobi | Kenya
  • 12 Days | East Africa Overland | Kenya & Tanzania
  • 5 Days | Nairobi - Amboseli - Lake Nakuru - Maasai Mara | Kenya

2. Nursing Students Elective Programs | Kenya

surgeryaThis program is open to nursing students from their 3rd year of  clinical study and students on internship taking their elective terms over durations from a minimum of 4 weeks to a maximum of 12 weeks. The programs are organized at public and mission hospitals across the region.

The programs focus strongly in the area of nursing administration, maternal and child healthcare and casualty department (outpatient  healthcare). Most countries in sub-Saharan Africa are lagging behind in their attainment of the MDGs and a nursing elective here is provides a practical, hands-on and highly instructive learning opportunity. Students will have the opportunity to interact with student nurses who are also trained through public facilities in the country and participate in CME forums.

Nairobi | Kenyatta National Hospital

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Nairobi | Jamaa Hospital

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Nakuru | Rift Valley Provincial General Hospital

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Kisumu | Michelle Obama Paediatric Hospital

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Mombasa | Coast Provincial General Hospital

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Mwea | OLLMwea Mission Hospital

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Eldoret | Moi Teaching And Referral Hospital

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Eldoret | Eldoret Nursing Hospital

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2013/14 DESTINATIONS
Nairobi Mwea/ Embu Kisumu/ Eldoret Mombasa Naivasha/ Nakuru
4 Week Program $2,185.00 $1,875.00 $1,975.00 $2,185.00 $1,975.00
Cost per additional week $175.00 $135.00 $150.00 $175.00 $150.00
Weekly Stipend (Proposed) $75.00 $50.00 $50.00 $50.00 $50.00

* Group discounts are awarded to students traveling in a group. The discount ranges from 5% to 15% depending on location, participant number(s) and program duration(s).

On Application:

  • Proof of your medical, nursing or other qualification; or if you are currently pursuing a medical education, transcripts of your academic progress to date.
  • An independent referee's recommendation letter.
  • Statement of self introduction and résumé; stating intended outcomes of your volunteering action.
  • Proposed dates and duration during which you will volunteer.
  • Complete the online application form(s). You will then receive confirmation of your program acceptance, service fee note and deposit payment instructions.
  • For Travel:

    • Your passport and entry visa (unless you intend to extend your stay beyond 182 days, apply for just a regular visitors visa). Visa fee is usually $50. After applying for your visa, scan and email a copy of both your visa and personal details pages of your passport.
    • Travel insurance. You should scan and send a copy of your travel insurance document(s) to your assigned student liaison who will be on hand to meet you on your arrival.
    • Students taking the open placement option should ensure that they make arrangements to secure the necessary authorizations to have their elective terms cleared. Students can consult with the relevant authorities at the Ministry of Medical Services, The Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board and the Kenya Nurses Council and the Department of Immigration.
  • 12 Days | East Africa Overland | Kenya & Tanzania
  • 8 Days | Northern Kenya Circuit Overland | Kenya
  • 6 Days | Best of Outdoors Adventure | Kenya
  • 3 Days | Nairobi - Maasai Mara - Nairobi | Kenya
  • Nairobi Day Trips and Excursions | Kenya
  • 2 Days | Maasai Mara Expess | Kenya
  • 4 Days | Nairobi - Lake Nakuru - Maasai Mara - Nairobi | Kenya
  • 5 Days | Nairobi - Amboseli - Lake Nakuru - Maasai Mara | Kenya

3. Junior Medical Students Elective Programs | Kenya

me1This program is open to junior medical students in their 3rd to 5th year of clinical study  taking their elective terms over durations from a minimum of 4 weeks to a maximum of 12 weeks. The programs are organized at public and mission hospitals in the country.

The program aims to provide junior medical students with an introduction to clinical practice, delivery of healthcare services, patient management and resource management within their preferred specialties. The sheer volume of numbers that are found in the public health-care systems in the country allows participants to experience so much more and to develop their clinical management skills through hands-on participation. Participants will also benefit from close interactions with patients, hospital staff and local student peers.

Kisumu | New Nyanza Provincial Hospital

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Nairobi | Kenyatta National Hospital

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Nakuru | Rift Valley Provincial General Hospital

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Nakuru General Hospital is a Level 5 referral hospital located in Nakuru, one of Kenya’s agricultural hubs and the bread basket for production of wheat and other cereals. Nakuru is also home to Lake Nakuru National Park, made famous by the spectacle...
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Eldoret | Eldoret Nursing Hospital

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Eldoret | Moi Teaching And Referral Hospital

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Mwea | OLLMwea Mission Hospital

Mwea | OLLMwea Mission Hospital
Mwea Mission hospital is a Level IV healthcare facility with a catchment population of about 400,000 people. It was initially established as a dispensary and subsequently grew to become a health centre six years after it begun.  It is today a modern...
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Mombasa | Coast Provincial General Hospital

Mombasa | Coast Provincial General Hospital Mombasa | Coast Provincial General Hospital
Coast Provincial General Hospital is located by the seaside resort city of Mombasa. Designated as a provincial hospital, CPGH is a Level 5 facility handling a wide array of cases and specialties referred to it from the district level within Coast Province. The...
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The main specialties to be found on our elective programs are:

  • Internal Medicine
  • Anaesthesiology
  • Cardiology
  • Dentistry
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • Surgery and specialist surgical fields, neurosurgery and orthopaedics
  • Radiology
  • Nursing
  • Clinical Medicine
  • Paediatrics
  • Family Medicine
  • Ophthalmology
2013/14 DESTINATIONS
Nairobi Mwea/ Embu Kisumu/ Eldoret Mombasa Naivasha/ Nakuru
4 Week Program $2,185.00 $1,875.00 $1,975.00 $2,185.00 $1,975.00
Cost per additional week $175.00 $135.00 $150.00 $175.00 $150.00
Weekly Stipend (Proposed) $75.00 $50.00 $50.00 $50.00 $50.00

* Group discounts are awarded to students traveling in a group. The discount ranges from 5% to 15% depending on location, participant number(s) and program duration(s).

On Application:

  • Proposed dates for your elective.
  • Recommendation/ Good-standing letter from the Dean of your medical school.
  • Statement of objectives and/or approved study plan for your elective term from your medical school.
  • Complete the online application form(s). You will then receive confirmation of your program acceptance, service fee note and deposit payment instructions.
  • For Travel:

    • Your passport and entry visa (unless you intend to extend your stay beyond 182 days, apply for just a regular visitors visa). Visa fee is usually $50. After applying for your visa, scan and email a copy of both your visa and personal details pages of your passport.
    • Travel insurance. You should scan and send a copy of your travel insurance document(s) to your assigned student liaison who will be on hand to meet you on your arrival.
    • Students taking the open placement option should ensure that they make arrangements to secure the necessary authorizations to have their elective terms cleared. Students can consult with the relevant authorities at the Ministry of Medical Services, The Kenya Medical Practitioners and Dentists Board and the Kenya Nurses Council and the Department of Immigration.
  • 6 Days | Best of Outdoors Adventure | Kenya
  • 5 Days | Nairobi - Amboseli - Lake Nakuru - Maasai Mara | Kenya
  • 12 Days | East Africa Overland | Kenya & Tanzania
  • 8 Days | Northern Kenya Circuit Overland | Kenya
  • 2 Days | Maasai Mara Expess | Kenya
  • Nairobi Day Trips and Excursions | Kenya
  • 3 Days | Nairobi - Maasai Mara - Nairobi | Kenya
  • 4 Days | Nairobi - Lake Nakuru - Maasai Mara - Nairobi | Kenya

4. Open Placement | Global Health Research Program | Kenya

fsmedicalMedical research elective programs are ideal for students undertaking public health studies, studies in tropical medicine and infectious disease or students undertaking a postgraduate project in clinical research and tropical medicine. 

Open placement allows participants to request placements on-demand, all-year round. For research and field studies, placements are accepted for 6 weeks upto a maximum of 6 months. Participants are assigned mentors to assist with planning  and supervising their research

Except for students participating in ongoing research as observers, the placement process is significantly longer than regular electives. We recommend a minimum duration of 12 months for the placement process only for students undertaking medical research. The process involves:

  • Submission and review of research proposals, which takes three to four months
  • Research preauthorizations from relevant state authorities. Depending on the nature of research, several authorizations may be required including authorizations from the Scientific Research Committee, Ethical Review Committee (for research involving human subjects) and Animal Use Committees.
  • Additionally, clearance for the research will be required from the Ministry of Higher Education.
  • For research programs that extend beyond six months, residence permits are required. These can be applied for in-country within the first six months of stay. However, we recommend that participants apply for the residence permits before traveling to Kenya.
  • All regulatory issues and authorizations regarding the placement will also be dispensed with in the placement process.

These are the main specialties for research electives:

  • International Health
  • Public Health
  • Epidemiology
  • Medical Microbiology & Virology
  • Medical Biotechnology
  • Mycobacteriology
  • Medical Parasitology and Entomology
  • Molecular Medicine
  • Medicinal Phytochemistry
  • Students can also participate in ongoing researches, clinical trial observations and data mining.

Hospital-Based Elective Placements: $275

Research-Based Elective Placements: $275

Specialized Research Placements: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For Research Students

  • Your Research Proposal including all relevant material related to the research.
  • Recommendation letters from your research supervisor and lead investigator.
  • Complete the online application form(s). Your assigned student liaison will contact you via email to commence the placement process.

Non-Research Students:

  • Proposed dates for your elective.
  • Recommendation/ Good-standing letter from the Dean of your medical school.
  • Statement of objectives and/or approved study plan for your elective term from your medical school.
  • Complete the online application form(s). You will then receive confirmation of your program acceptance, service fee note and deposit payment instructions.

5. Open Placement | Medical and Nursing Electives in Kenya

lizzieYou may want to self-organize your elective term but find that with the constraints of time and other limitations, the placement process is entirely too much of a hassle. is this you? Well, our open placement solution is for you. It gives students the opportunity to secure and independently plan their elective term directly through a healthcare facility of their choice, and/or at any of the healthcare facility(ies) within our database (excluding the hospitals and organizations on our program lists). Under open placement, students have a wider choice of hospitals or organizations that they can work with for their elective placement. 

Our open placement is offered to both junior and senior medical students; to students seeking organizational placements for non-research electives in international and public health; and to students of nursing. All research electives are managed on open placement. 

Open placements are limited to:

Organizational and hospital placement(s) with three hospitals per applicant within five to eight working days.

Student-status processing and clearances; and student advisory services on demand.

For open placements, students only pay administrative charges for placement and authorizations required to undertake their elective term in the country. Any other travel matters are handled by the applicant directly, or with the direct assistance of the organization accepting the student on elective.  Alternatively, applicants taking the open placement may make additional service requests via our International Students Placement and Programs Office.

For Research Students

  • International Health
  • Public Health
  • Epidemiology
  • Medical Microbiology & Virology
  • Medical Biotechnology
  • Mycobacteriology
  • Medical Parasitology and Entomology
  • Molecular Medicine
  • Medicinal Phytochemistry

Hospital-Based Placements:

  • Internal Medicine
  • Anaesthesiology
  • Cardiology
  • Dentistry
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • Surgery and specialist surgical fields
  • Radiology
  • Nursing
  • Clinical Medicine
  • Paediatrics
  • Family Medicine
  • Ophthalmology

Hospital-Based Elective Placements: $275

Research-Based Elective Placements: $275

Specialized Research Placements: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For Research Students

  • Your Research Proposal including all relevant material related to the research.
  • Recommendation letters from your research supervisor and lead investigator.
  • Complete the online application form(s). Your assigned student liaison will contact you via email to commence the placement process.

Non-Research Students:

  • Proposed dates for your elective.
  • Recommendation/ Good-standing letter from the Dean of your medical school.
  • Statement of objectives and/or approved study plan for your elective term from your medical school.
  • Complete the online application form(s). You will then receive confirmation of your program acceptance, service fee note and deposit payment instructions.

FAQ's: Electives in Kenya

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  • Accommodation Arrangements
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General Terms and Conditions

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