Visiting Students and Investigators

Visiting Students (not enrolled at UW)

The Visiting Student Clinical Elective Program accepts medical students from schools accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education or the Education Department of the American Osteopathic Association who want to pursue clinical elective courses at the University of Washington. Visiting students can schedule a maximum of 24 credits (12 weeks) depending on the availability of a rotation. After reaching the maximum, a student may not reapply for the next year as this is an absolute limit.

For US and Canadian Medical Students

Please review the guidelines by clicking on this link: Guidelines & Policies for US and Canadian Visiting Students. If your home school is within the United States and Canada, you may address questions to the Visiting Student Program Coordinator.

For International (Non-US and Non-Canadian) Medical Students

Please review the guidelines by clicking on this link: Guidelines & Policies For International Visiting Students. Questions regarding the International Visiting Student Policy should be directed to the Program Coordinator for International Visiting Student Program. For more information visit the MD program or contact the Visiting Student Program Coordinator.
 

Visiting International Student Internship & Training (VISIT)

The School of Medicine participates in the Visiting International Student Internship & Training Program (VISIT). The VISIT program permits students pursuing predoctoral programs at universities outside of the US to participate in full-time supervised research and work-based learning experiences at the University of Washington. In the School of Medicine, such internship experiences are generally based on existing collaborations between our faculty members and the student's home institution. Applications for the program can be found on the VISIT website. The VISIT program is open to undergraduate and graduate students studying at universities outside the United States. Participants must hold a J-1 student intern visa.


Immigration Services

The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Seattle Cancer Care Alliance’s Immigration Services is responsible for facilitating the ability for Center and SCCA Faculty and staff to bring foreign nationals in all capacities and managing all issues relating to employment-based immigration and visa concerns.

Amy Garrett-Cowan
Immigration Specialist
(206) 667.4460
acowan@fredhutch.org

 

Stephanie Otis
Immigration Coordinator
(206) 667.5818
sotis@fredhutch.org

 


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