Communication was once considered a defining quality that set humans apart from others in the animal kingdom. Though that theory is no longer held valid, effective communication remains one of the most powerful tools to facilitate a good quality of life. With the increasing globalisation, the ability to communicate in diverse languages has become ever more useful. An inspired pair of medical students has explored this theory through a hugely successful programme of short courses in French for medical communication.
They are now seeking to expand this effort to include finding opportunities for deserving students to learn highly competitive subjects such as medicine by studying in international training centres where English is not considered the working language. MegaReach is assisting in this commendable effort by helping identify locations and stipulations of such centres of training. We shall circulate details of such courses and their stipulations shortly.