On placement in Dar es Salaam, you’ll be using diagnostic imaging equipment to observe cases from broken and fractured bones to advanced cancers, such as retinoblastoma. A lack of modern equipment means you'll see firsthand how specialists in the city work daily in this environment. When it’s time to head out of the hospital and into Tanzania, you’ll find yourself amidst a bustling jumble of marketplaces, beaches and food vendors. Further afield you can take safari, or venture to local paradise Zanzibar island. Read what our students think below!
"I can honestly say it is the best decision I have ever made."Read more
The four weeks of my trip were both the most challenging and the most rewarding weeks of my lifeRead more
My four weeks in Dar were the most eye-opening of my career and I got so much from itRead more
I had the most fantastic time and made some brilliant friends. I wanted to go back the moment I leftRead more
The antenatal scans were not the typical 12 and 20 weeks scans, but could be as late as 38 weeksRead more
Small children (just 5 or 6 years old) were treated for complex conditions such as retinoblastomasRead more
The main difference between here and the UK was the patient care, moving, handling and hygieneRead more