||The course will be beneficial to those contemplating working in the field of international surgery or for those, such as residents, interested in incorporating international activity into their career. Read more about why, in their own words, the graduates took the course.
The intended participants are:
- Graduate level students, postgraduate trainees, surgeons or surgery-related health practitioners.
- Non-medical graduate students or others may register with permission from the Instructor.
For those participants interested in transferring SURG 510 course to a Masters Degree you have five years from the date of entry into a Masters degree program. Eligible graduate students who have earned credits outside their current master’s program may transfer up to 12 credits (or up to 40 %) of the total number of credits required for completion of their current program, provided that:
- the courses were not used to satisfy the requirements of another degree or diploma
- the courses were not used as a basis of admission to the graduate degree program
- at least a B standing (UBC 74%) was obtained in courses considered for transfer
The time limit for eligibility of courses for transfer to a graduate degree program is five years at the time the student commences their degree program.
For further information please go to the UBC Faculty of Graduate Studies: http://www.grad.ubc.ca/
Sixty residents, surgeons and health care professionals from across Canada, United States, Pakistan, Kuwait, Germany and India have either completed or are enrolled.
IN THEIR OWN WORDS: HERE is why they took SURG 510