An Opportunity for Study and Training Abroad
West Coast University provides opportunities for selected honors students to expand their knowledge base, broaden their personal perspectives and develop their professional networking contacts.
International education opportunities allow students to focus on the global developments in health care while immersing themselves in diverse cultural experiences. Students who meet the eligibility criteria will be invited to apply one of West Coast University's global studies program.
Summer Program in Oxford, England
WCU's Summer Program in Oxford, England offers top West Coast University BSN students, who apply and are selected, an unparalleled opportunity to encounter the latest developments in health care on a global scale - expanding their knowledge base, broadening their personal perspective and expanding their professional networking contacts - all in one of the world's premier learning environments. LEARN MORE
General Education Experience in Oxford
WCU offers top West Coast University students currently enrolled in general education courses, the opportunity to apply for the General Education Experience in Oxford, England. Students selected to participate in the experience will complete a two-week on-ground WCU course in one of the world's premier learning environments. This course builds on content learned within Lifespan Psychology and Cultural Pluralism courses taken online prior to the experience. LEARN MORE
Global Public Health Initiative in Panamá
West Coast University is committed to educating health care professionals who can provide competent care to diverse populations. International clinical work can be a life-changing way to develop this cultural competency, and as part of its continuing commitment to providing the best possible education to its students, WCU has launched the Global Public Health Initiative. LEARN MORE
"Having the opportunity to study in another country was incredible. We got to learn from our knowledgeable professors, give presentations and learn a lot from each other. This experience has really changed my perspective about myself."
- Whitney Buttes, 2010 Oxford participant