A lack of resources means your placement in Takoradi will teach you the art of adapting to a fast-paced environment, stretching both your existing knowledge and capacity. You'll also have the choice to work across a range of departments, like NICU, orthopaedics, emergency and OBG. You’ll soon find Ghana a paradise for every type of visitor, with jungle canopy walks, national parks, and magnificent waterfalls in the Volta region. Read what our students think below!

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Lisa Girgenrath

Heinrich Heine Universitat Dusseldorf 2013

Medical, Ghana Takoradi

I can really say that my trip with Work the World was a fantastic, once in a life time experience! I learned a lot of things that I could never have learned in Germany

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Nicola Atkins

King's College London 2012

Medical, Ghana Takoradi

When I estimated the cost of arranging everything myself (accommodation, food, transport, hospital fees etc), Work the World compared very favourably, and the stress that they saved me was worth the extra few pounds spent!

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Aileen Roman

McGill University 2012

Medical, Ghana Takoradi

My placement was in Accident and Emergency for 3 weeks, which was an unbelievable experience. My supervisor was phenomenal - an amazing teacher. I saw many things I will never forget, and which have forever left an impact on the way I will practice medicine in the future, both at home and abroad.

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Rosanna Varden

Newcastle University 2012

Medical, Ghana Takoradi

I was a little bit apprehensive initially about travelling with a company such as Work the World as it would limit my independence, but in fact it served to enhance my experience.

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Andrew Moriarty

Newcastle University 2010

Medical, Ghana Takoradi

In my third week there I was lucky as a surgical team from a charitable organisation, Operation Hernia, were visiting and were down one surgeon. I was asked to assist and got to play a large role in week of surgery.

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Alex Ward

Newcastle University 2010

Medical, Ghana Takoradi

It is best to start your placement with no pre judgements. You have to remember that you're still a student and you need to build a rapport with the staff before you can dive in and do what you want on the wards.

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