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Fundraising - got your scrubs in a twist? Fear not! We've collected over 10 years worth of experience and are here to help...

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Practicing pharmacy abroad and in a low-resource setting will transform your understanding of healthcare. After one of our specialist pharmacy placements abroad, you’ll be prepared not only for the rest of your studies, but also for a successful career in pharmacy.

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Living with the colourfully-cloaked Maasai warriors in Tanzania is an opportunity you'll never forget. Click through to see what else you can expect on a placement in Africa; be it exploring bustling markets, watching sunsets from mountains or discovering rare wildlife on safari. http://ow.ly/tsJf307P786
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Finding the money you need to start organising your overseas placement can be simple. As long as you know what you’re doing. Click here to understand the ins and outs of funding your placement. http://ow.ly/296X307TAVt

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I spent some time on the special care baby unit, spent a day watching caesarian sections, and visited the labour ward.' - Helen Scivier, Nursing, University of Surrey.

Read more of Helen's Sri Lankan adventure here: http://ow.ly/C9IP307VNCH
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Our team of on-the-ground experts know their destinations like the back of their hands! Whether you're scouting for the best tropical beach or safari trip, they'll be on hand 24/7 throughout your trip. Head to our website to find out more.

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"I saw my first ever birth – which was then followed by six more – a definite highlight!" – Natalie Sampson, Adult Nursing, University of Southampton.

Read more about Natalie's time in Ghana here: http://ow.ly/WmAr307VMs4
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"You learn very quickly how to assess patients much more efficiently"
- Madeline Nastaly, University of Sydney

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"I saw my first ever birth – which was then followed by six more – a definite highlight!"
– Natalie Sampson, Adult Nursing, University of Southampton.

Read the rest of her story here: http://ow.ly/WmAr307VMs4
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