International Student 4th Year Opportunities
4th year elective opportunities are available to students matriculated at the following medical schools:
American University of the Caribbean (AUC)
American University of Antigua
Ben Gurion University of the Negev
Sackler School of Medicine
St. George’s University
St. Matthew’s University
Technion School of Medicine
Rotations are offered on a competitive basis to those students who meet the following criteria:
- Native born or naturalized US Citizen
- Native born or naturalized Canadian citizen
- In good academic standing
- Successfully completion of required third year clerkships
Students who have already earned the equivalent of the MD degree at the time of the application or by the time of the elective start date are not eligible to apply.
The application process consists of
- Completed application including health clearance (PDF)
- Dean's Letter referencing your rank in class and other academic attributes.
- Letter of Eligibility from NYS Education Department (if required)
- Copy of Clerkship evaluation in associated discipline (if applicable)
- Evidence of current malpractice coverage
- Evidence of current health coverage
- A copy of your Step 1 USMLE score report
All application materials must be submitted in one packet, at least two months before your requested start date, but no more than 4 months beforehand. Completed package should be mailed to:
Office of Academic Affairs
Winthrop University Hospital
222 Station Plaza North
Suite 510, Mineola, N.Y. 11501
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
You will receive a response from the Registrar's Office within 4 weeks of submitting the application along with instructions on what to do when reporting to Winthrop.
All departments use a standard evaluation form to report your performance. Should your school require that its own form be used, you should ensure that it is forwarded to the Office of Academic Affairs prior to, or during, your rotation. You will also be asked to complete an evaluation of each course at the conclusion of the program.
Liability Insurance/ Health Insurance
It is expected that your medical school maintains responsibility for medical liability on you during your assignment to Winthrop-University Hospital. In addition, you are expected to have valid health insurance coverage while on assignment here. Certification of these matters must be documented.
There are no fees required for participation in clinical training at Winthrop-University Hospital.
A limited amount of housing is available for medical students form outside the metropolitan New York/Long Island area, on a first-come, first-served basis. Once your receive notification that your rotation is approved, you should contact Jeanne Schiek in the WUH Housing Office at (516) 663-2036 or by e-mail at email@example.com.