• What is an internship?

    Anna Piskunova
    Anna Piskunova
    March 19, 2015
    What is an internship?

    The education of some specialists implies a multistage system. So, for example, modern doctors, having received a bachelor’s degree, and then a master’s degree, should go up the stairs further if they want to become first-class specialists. Their training involves a number of stages, which include internship and residency. Let's take a closer look at what an internship is.

    An internship is a form of training medical specialists, which consists in completing an internship in various medical institutions, for example, in hospitals and clinics. Such medical practice is strictly within the chosen specialization and usually happens after passing state exams. The internship is included in the educational plan for a specific specialty, and after it graduates receive a diploma on its completion.

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