The Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences recognizes the value of a global education. Academic learning experiences abroad expose students to pharmacy practice in a different cultural context and provide opportunities to experience healthcare from an international perspective. Students gain insights into culture, communication, and relationships. These experiences will challenge the student to examine existing thoughts and practices and connects students to practitioners and students around the world.
All the international rotations count towards the 2 Elective APPEs that are required. Other requirements for international rotations include obtaining international health insurance, completing an application through the office of Global Education, and going to an International APPE Orientation prior to going on rotation. Some specific sites may also have additional requirements such as visas, immunizations, trainings, etc.
In addition to the established international partner sites listed here, students can work with the Office of Experiential Programs to establish a new site. Contact the Office of Experiential Programs for more information.