There are opportunities for you to do parts of your studies abroad.
If you have questions about foreign studies, please contact Maria Prellwitz, who is an international coordinator at the Department of Health, Education and Technology.
Tanja Pekkala is doing internships in the Faroe Islands and Greenland while attending nursing education at Luleå University of Technology. – It is fun and interesting to meet the local people and to see the culture in health care, she says.
Physiotherapist student Frida Johansson chose to do her clinical education in Australia. For two weeks she was in a multidisciplinary clinic where she gained experience from several professions.
In semester four on the Nursing program, Mariana Alexis chose to do her clinical education in the elderly care on Iceland. The country attracted her with its culture, population and history.
Alice Lejla Aghajan Ghazi and Elin Nilsson study the last semester on the Nursing programme at Luleå University of Technology. They have chosen to write their thesis in Antigua, Caribbean. For eight weeks they will write their thesis and do volunteer work at a hospice. Follow their trip via the Instagram account sskantigua.
Each semester an International evening is held for students at the Department of Health Sciences to inspire and disseminate information on opportunities to study abroad.
Amanda Josefsson study on the Nursing programme at Luleå University of Technology. She has chosen to do her clinical education, VFU, within the elderly care in Barcelona, Spain. Follow her blog VFU in Barcelona where she writes about her experiences and thoughts.