Students in the Medical School for International Health are encouraged to become active participants in thedynamic university community. Libraries and athletic facilities are open to medical students and the university offers access to a wide range of movies, shops, theaters, restaurants, and musical performances, as well as a point of entry to Beer-Sheva's diverse cultures and community activities.
Want to see what its like to be a student at the MSIH? Click the video above, the first in our "A Day in the Life"
series that features second- and third-year medical students at the MSIH.
Medical School for International Health students take part in a multitude of extracurricular activities, including the publication of a student-run newsletter called BLGN; click her to view the Winter 2014 issue, and click here to view the Fall 2013, and participation in the following organizations:
International Health and Medicine Club
Mental Health Interest Group: visit their Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/MentalHealthInterestGroupAtMSIH?fref=ts
Nam Bedouin Clinic
The BGU Student Union posts a weekly newsletter to their website, full of all the events going on at BGU. You can visit the site by clicking the link here....there is a lot going on!
Students contribute to the Appendix, MSIH's literary journal. You can visit its website at http://www.appendixmsih.net to read the Spring 2011 issue.
Students also contribute and update a student-run website which is full of interesting information about student life in Israel. You can visit this website at http://sites.google.com/site/msihstudents.
Ben Gurion University's website has recently added more pages in English for its foreign students, and its another good source of information for MSIH students. Visit it here: http://in.bgu.ac.il/en/Pages/students.aspx
You can review other MSIH student volunteer activities on the MSIH student website volunteer opportunities page.
You can also visit the new Ben-Gurion University Facebook fan page for interesting information and photos!