In Phase 2, students are allocated to clinical sites to complete their ten core clinical rotations. Each rotation is eight weeks in duration and will introduce you to each discipline and give you a foundation.

You will have the opportunity to submit your preferences for your clinical school and your rotation order. There are also opportunities to do "away rotations" at sites other than your allocated clinical school, including at UQ partner clinical schools or other international sites to further enhance your learning.

Allocations

In Phase 2, students are allocated to clinical sites to complete their ten core clinical rotations. Each rotation is eight weeks in duration and will give students an introduction to each discipline and a strong foundation which will allow progression to postgraduate training.

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Away rotations

UQ provides students the opportunity to undertake a clinical experience outside of their allocated clinical site. Students are eligible to complete up to two rotations during Phase 2 at a non-UQ location. Students are responsible for sourcing these placements themselves. 

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Optional electives

The purpose of the Optional Electives Program is to provide medical students with an avenue to gain additional clinical or research experience. 

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GHLO - Global Health Learning Opportunities

Pronounced ‘glow’, the GHLO® Collaborative allows you to search and apply for clinical, research, and public health opportunities in the GHLO application service. You will have access to many resources, cross-cultural tools, and information on engaging in a global health experience.

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