Overview

FMUSP Winter Schools

Every year, we are honored to organize the FMUSP Medical Winter Schools, a program that consists of two weeks with educational activities on different topics.

 Besides the educational program, there are also visits in our Health Care System (Hospital das Clínicas Complex) and social gatherings organized by the Brazilian students for the participants to experience and enjoy the culture and fun of São Paulo!

The FMUSP Medical Winter Schools provides you with a great opportunity to meet new people from all over the world and to share your interests and knowledge in Medical Areas.

 

PROGRAM OVERVIEW - 2020 EDITION

  • Period: July 20-31, 2020 (Duration: 02 weeks)
  • Application period: February 4 to March 15, 2020 (via an application form available above).
  • Eligibility: Be enrolled as an undergraduate, bachelor student in Health Sciences or as a medical student; Be proficient in English; Fulfill the specific course requirements (check the specific course outline);  Applicants who did not have participated in previous editions will have their applications prioritized. Brazilian medical students: only students from FMUSP, FMRP, FOB, UNICAMP, UNESP, FAMERP, FAMEMA and SANTA CASA can apply. 
  • Schedule: Mondays to Fridays, mornings and afternoons.
  • Location: Medical School - Universidade de São Paulo (FMUSP) / Hospital das Clínicas Complex
  • Offered courses: (1) Integrating Acupuncture and Modern Western Medicine; (2) Expanding the frontiers of dermatology: an overview of skin diseases from a contemporary perspective; (3) Psychiatric Interview; (4) Trauma and Acute Care Surgery; (5) Neglected Tropical Diseases and Emerging Viral Infections: Health Challenges in Brazil in the 21st Century; (6) Reproductive Health in Gynecology and Obstetrics: Trending Topics; (7) Approaching Children and Adolescents with Chronic Diseases; (8) Practical Aspects of Modern Cardiology: a Multidisciplinary Clinical and Translational Approach; (9) Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine; (10) The Aging Process - Biological Aspects and Social Consequences. --> CHECK THE COURSES OUTLINES ABOVE
  • Fee: The courses will be free of charge. FMUSP will provide free accommodation in a student housing (two students per room) and lunch discount.
  • Course Language: English
  • Certificate: A certificate of participation will be provided to students that have met minimal grades and attendance criteria