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You can choose from a range of destinations across Africa, Asia and Latin America. Not sure where to go? Shortcut the hours of research by chatting to one of our internship consultants.

Together you’ll uncover the program that’s best-suited to giving you the once-in-a-lifetime clinical and travel experiences you’re here for.

  • Travel whenever you want (we operate year round)
  • Internships start from one week upwards
  • Travel with a group of friends OR
  • Travel solo and meet new people in the Work the World house



You then need to secure your space as there are limited available places. So, to make sure you get your first choice, we advise booking as early as you can.

The process is easy. You can either phone us and pay your registration fee, or use the Book Now button in the menu and fill in your details — it’s as simple as that. Once you have paid your $400 registration fee, you will get official confirmation of your place in 24 hours or less.

You can make flexible payments to spread the cost of your placement. 



Plan your trip with Project Possible and your internship experience will be stress-free. Your dedicated internship coordinator will guide you through the process from start to finish.

You are in control. You choose where you go and which departments you want to experience. Then we make it happen — from organizing the internship itself to advising on things like flights and entry visas. You can rotate through as many departments as you like, and whatever you choose will be guaranteed before you travel.

In the run-up to your trip you can log into your online planner to see your timeline and get detailed information about your internship. You also get tips on things like what to pack and local language video guides.

By the time your departure date rolls around, you’ll feel totally prepared.


You’ll feel confident when you land at the airport knowing that a member of our team will be waiting to meet you.

You’ll head back to the  Project Possible  together where you'll meet your new housemates, enjoy a home-cooked welcome dinner and settle into your room.

To help you find your feet and feel at home, the team will deliver your welcome briefing then take you out on your city orientation the following morning.

Don't forget: You get 24/7  support from your in-country team, as much or as little as you need, all the way through your trip.


During your stay you’ll live in one of our private, fully-catered houses that are exclusive to healthcare students and graduates on aProject Possible program.

This is a big step up from a homestay (often with a non-English-speaking family and other students on programs unrelated to yours) that you might find elsewhere.

You get a more premium, specialized experience with our team-run houses. You’ll live in safety and comfort the whole time you’re with us. And the house will feel like your home away from home.

Your house doubles up as a fun social hub where you’ll make friends (and professional connections) from all over the world. 




It’s normal to feel some apprehension at the thought of undertaking your placement in a country you’ve never been to. So, to make sure you’re brimming with confidence, your in-country team will take you to your placement hospital for your welcome session before your placement starts.

In the hospital you’ll see unfamiliar cases, inventive practices and techniques, and unique cultural attitudes towards delivering care.

Placements then run from Monday to Friday, and you’ll travel to the hospital with your housemates each morning.

Need to complete a certain number of placement hours for university? No problem: Your hours are guaranteed and supervisors will formally sign off any time you spend in the hospital.



Your placement is also your chance for once-in-a-lifetime travel and adventure. Your evenings and weekends are yours to go exploring in whichever destination you choose.

  • Kick back on tropical paradise beaches
  • Go on an African safari
  • Trek through the Himalayan Mountains
  • Tour through ancient Hindu temples
  • Go whitewater rafting down the Zambezi
  • You name it!

If you’re doing your internship solo you can spend your weekends adventuring with the new friends you make in the Project Possible house.