Only a limited number of placements are available each month and not all specialties are available at all times.
Please consider that most departments are fully booked till the end of September 2019!
Applications have to be submitted at least 4-6 months prior to the planned observership period.
A list of all clinical departments and pre-clinical institutes can be found here.
The supervisors of our observers will translate important information into English. Please be advised that not everything in the clinical routine can be translated and that the well-being and comfort of our patients is our priority.
Knowledge of German is a definite advantage!
The immunisation requirements need to be fulfilled at the time of arrival in Graz.
Observers are not allowed to start their observership without proper immunisation.
For this clinical training for international medical graduates and students an observership fee has to be paid. Different fees apply for undergraduates and graduates and fees also vary according to the type of observership (general observership, specialty observership) and length.
Please contact Irene Stradner for details.
Upon successful completion of the training, observers receive a certificate by the Medical University of Graz.
The small and safe city of Graz (population ~300.000) is not only a UNESCO world heritage because of its historical old-town but was also the Cultural Capital of Europe in 2003. Graz is the second-largest city in Austria, 200 kilometers away from the capital Vienna and has six universities.