Maua

Program Fee
(Program fee is payable to UTMB either by check or credit card)

4 Weeks: $1,260
6 Weeks: $1,550
Average Airfare is $1,050
Visa: $50 (for U.S. Citizens, completed online)

Rotation Options
MS1: 6 weeks (May 4 – June 12, 2020)
MS3/4: 4 weeks - No Travel Allowed During PD 13

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Nairobi

Program Fee
(Program fee is payable to UTMB either by check or credit card)

4 Weeks: $1,260
6 Weeks: $1,550
Average Airfare is $1,050
Visa: $50 (for U.S. Citizens, completed online)

Rotation Options
MS1: 6 weeks (May 4 – June 12, 2020)
MS3/4: 4 weeks - No Travel Allowed During PD 13

NAIROBI

The program fee includes housing and airport transfers. Additional nights will be payable by the student while in Nairobi.

University of Nairobi continues to grow its partnership with UTMB. Students may rotate at Kenyatta National Hospital or Mbagathi District Hospital.

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MAUA

The program fee includes housing, airport transfers, and ground transportation to field sites from Nairobi and the return. The fee covers overnight housing in Nairobi on travel days (1 day prior to start of rotation and 1 day after rotation ends). Additional nights will be payable by the student while in Nairobi.

Maua Methodist Hospital is located in eastern Kenya, roughly 200 km from Nairobi. Students have the opportunity to spend time in various clinical areas of the hospital as well as participate in community-based projects.

Read about a recent student trip to Maua here.

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UTMB students and Maua team alongside partners from Maua Methodist Hospital performing morning rounds on the medical ward.
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UTMB students and Maua team alongside partners from Maua Methodist Hospital participating in the morning report.
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UTMB resident Dr. Alexander Ondari on safari at Meru National Park
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UTMB fourth year medical student Cara Pritchett making house visits with the medical officers of Maua Methodist Hospital.
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UTMB medical students enjoying their visit to the Giraffe Center in Nairobi, Kenya.
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UTMB medical students with Dr. Innocent (far left) participating in morning rounds. Dr. Innocent provides some teaching points to students while performing morning rounds.