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Learn more about conducting a clinical rotation or global health field placement study in India.
Partnering Field Placement Sites
- Byramjee Jeejeebhoy Government Medical College, and Sassoon General Hospital (BJGMC). Pune, India
- DY Patil Medical College, Hospital and Research Center. Pune, India
- National Institute for Research in Tuberculosis. Chennai, India
PD Hinduja Hospital and Medical Group. Mumbai, India
At this time, we do not offer funding for overseas placements. However, the Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health (CGH) has several student and trainee grants for Johns Hopkins students: Funding Opportunities
Obtaining a Visa
In addition to a valid passport, the Government of India requires a valid visa. There are two kinds:
- For stays of less than 30 days, obtain an electronic tourist visa (eTV) is most appropriate and can be obtained online without an intermediary agent: https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/visa/tvoa.html Processing processing time is typically fairly quick—sometimes just a matter of days. It is possible to receive two eTVs in one calendar year.
- For stays exceeding 30 days, and/or for more than two trips in one calendar year, obtain a 10-year, multiple entry visa. Cox & Kings Global Services provides this service: https://passport.in.ckgs.us/ Processing time is longer than the eTV, so plan accordingly. If you are short on time and your first trip will be for less than 30 days, you might want to obtain an eTV, and then upon your return apply for the 10-year visa for your second trip.
CGH mantains numerous travel planning resources
- International Travel Resources
- Overseas Travel Handbook
- Pre-Departure Preparation for Global Health Clinical and Research Experiences. (Handbook for the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Global Health Leadership Program)