In your country, are you getting paid as a medical student in the hospital?

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  1. Dr. Xion

    Dr. Xion Young Member

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    In Ethiopia, we don't get paid as medical students...in fact we pay the hospitals for the clincal year I & II... but during internship we get paid about $135 USD per month for which we have to serve at a very remote public hospital in the countryside for two years after graduation...:mad::mad::confused:
     

  2. Elvis Egharevba

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    I am from Nigeria, we don't get paid
     

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    In Turkey we don't get paid except for last year (internship).
     

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    This depends upon the college or university you studies. Some of the hospitals pay or some of the not, this all depends upon your course and experience.
     

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