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Gap Year Dentistry Internship in India

Wednesday 11th August 2010

Volunteer as a dentistry intern with GapGuru and gain valuable experience on your gap year

Gap years are fantastic opportunities to embrace new experiences in exciting and unfamiliar locations. For a gap year that gives you much more than just memories, GapGuru offers a range of internships abroad where you can immerse yourself in local culture while learning new skills and gaining valuable work experience.
 
The GapGuru dentistry internship in India is a truly unique opportunity to work in a state of the art dental clinic in Cochin, the state capital of Kerala. With its tropical beaches, exotic wildlife and rich history of spice trading, Kerala is a glorious destination for a gap year abroad.

On this gap year internship, volunteers have the opportunity to work in an established dental practice, which has clients from across the globe. The clinic provides international standard dentistry in a hygienic and modern environment, giving gap year volunteers an in-depth insight into professional dental work.

This internship abroad gives you experience in every aspect of the clinic’s operations, from observing dental procedures to visiting other hospitals for consultations. Those already part-qualified as a dentist or dental nurse can also assist in certain procedures.

As a dentistry intern in India you will gain a level of work experience which is virtually impossible to obtain in developed countries, making it a fantastic opportunity for any gap year traveller considering a career in dentistry!

If dentistry is not your specialism, GapGuru offers a range of internships abroad, visit their website to find the one for you.  Whatever your preference, a gap year project with GapGuru guarantees you the experience of a lifetime!

Gapwork Gap Year Tips: When to Visit India

A visit to India should avoid the monsoon seasons. In late May or early June Western India plays host to torrential rains virtually every afternoon (and we mean torrential - try pouring a bucket of water over your head and you will understand!). In October and November it is the turn of the East and South of the country and finally in July and August the mountainous areas of Northeast India get their turn.  The weather in India is as varied as everything else in this vast country. India has hot tropical weather with variations occurring from region to region. The coolest months are from November to mid-March and the hottest are from April to June.  Find out more about a gap year in India, visit our Destination Middle East & India section.

 
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