Praktika in Sri Lanka
Praktika in Sri Lanka

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Sri Lanka

Volunteering Solutions bietet ein medizinisches Praktikumsprogramm sowie ein Krankenpflegepraktikumsprogramm in Sri Lanka an, das bei Studenten, die internationale Arbeitserfahrung aus erster Hand sammeln möchten, äußerst beliebt ist.

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Startdaten : Das ganze Jahr über

Dauer : 1-20 Weeks

Programmstandort : Galle

Mindestalter : 18 years+

Zertifikat : Wird nach Abschluss des Programms angeboten


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Währung verwendet : Sri Lankan Rupee

Sprache : Sinhala Language

Reisen Sie am Wochenende nach: Yala National Park, Trincomalee or Ella

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Volunteering Solutions bietet einige tolle Praktikumsmöglichkeiten in Sri Lanka, die bei Studenten, die internationale Arbeitserfahrung aus erster Hand sammeln möchten, äußerst beliebt sind. Die Programme sind in und um die historische Stadt Galle im Süden Sri Lankas verfügbar. Die Teilnahme an einem Praktikum in Sri Lanka ist eine großartige Möglichkeit, mehr über die faszinierende Geschichte des Landes zu erfahren, die tropische Landschaft zu erkunden und wertvolle berufliche Erfahrungen zu sammeln.

Welche Arten von Praktika gibt es in Sri Lanka?

Das medizinische Praktikumsprogramm richtet sich an Praktikanten, die derzeit an einer anerkannten Universität in ihrem Heimatland ein Medizinstudium absolvieren oder kürzlich abgeschlossen haben. Für die Teilnahme an diesem Praktikum ist ein Vorwissen und/oder Erfahrung im medizinischen Bereich erforderlich.

Das Pflegepraktikumsprogramm richtet sich an Praktikanten, die derzeit an einer anerkannten Universität in ihrem Heimatland eingeschrieben sind oder kürzlich ein Pflegestudium abgeschlossen haben. Um an diesem Praktikum teilnehmen zu können, sind Vorkenntnisse und/oder Erfahrung im Pflegebereich erforderlich.

In beiden Praktika haben die Studenten die Möglichkeit, je nach Interesse zwischen verschiedenen Stationen und Abteilungen des öffentlichen Krankenhauses zu wechseln. Sie lernen auch, wie das Gesundheitssystem eines Entwicklungslandes wie Sri Lanka funktioniert, lernen aus erster Hand von einheimischen Ärzten und Krankenschwestern und tragen zum täglichen Betrieb der Einrichtungen bei.

Warum sollte ich mich für ein Praktikum in Sri Lanka entscheiden?

Ein Auslandspraktikum in Sri Lanka wäre eine sehr lohnende und herausfordernde Erfahrung, bei der Sie mit den Einheimischen zusammenarbeiten. Sie erhalten die Gelegenheit, Erfahrungen zu sammeln, die äußerst wertvoll sind und Ihre Karriere fördern. Abgesehen davon hat das Land Reisenden viel zu bieten und an den Wochenenden, wenn Sie frei haben, gibt es viel zu erkunden und zu tun.

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Weekend Travel Options

There's so much to do in Sri Lanka, that the weekend might seem to be too short! Explore the beaches and try out some water sports at affordable costs, if you need some adrenaline kicks! Experience the thrill of wildlife adventure at any of the several national reserves, including Sinharaja Forest Reserve, Bundala National park, Minneriya National Park, Udawalawe National Park, Yala National Park, and more. Visit some of the best tourist hotspots in and around your volunteering site are - Sigiriya Lion's Rock, Adam’s Peak in Ella, Dambulla Cave Temple and Kandy Lake.

Here are the things that you shouldn't miss while in the country:

Anuradhapura in Sri Lanka

Explore the history of Anuradhapura
The sacred city of Anuradhapura is another UNESCO World Heritage Site that serves as a holy place for Buddhists. According to popular belief, the city was established around a cutting from the 'tree of enlightenment', the Buddha's fig tree, brought there in the 3rd century B.C. by Sanghamitra, Buddha's daughter. The ruins of Anuradhapura are indeed worth visiting.

Enjoy the colonial vibes at Nuwara Eliya

Termed by the Lonely Planet as "Little England", this picturesque town in Sri Lanka is located in the Central Highlands and has vast stretches of tea plantation and shelters a huge number of migratory birds including blue magpies and bulbuls. Situated at an elevation of 1890 meters above sea level, it is the highest city in Sri Lanka and lies beneath the tallest peak of the island, Pidurutalagala or Mount Pedro.

Enjoy the train ride from Nuwara Eliya to Ella

Scenic train ride from Nuwara Eliya to EllaYou must have seen numerous photos of this postcard-perfect train journey on Instagram! And when you’re in Sri Lanka, you just can’t miss this experience! Board the train from Nanu Oya and get yourself a window seat (or just stand by the doors) and enjoy the breeze in your hair. 

Spot a leopard at Yala National Park
This is the most visited national park in Sri Lanka and you'll definitely enjoy visiting this place. There are 5 blocks and all of them are open for public visits. Also known as the Ruhunu National Park, this place is nothing less than a Jungle Book in reality, with monkeys hanging from branches, elephants strolling around, peacocks dancing and displaying their colorful feathers, deer running around, and leopards cunningly hiding on the branches of the trees.

Dance your way to Galle
The seaside town of Galle is situated in the Southern Province of Sri Lanka, around 116 km from Colombo. This old fortified city was founded by the Portuguese colonial masters and still holds onto the old world charm. Nothing can be better than a weekend road trip from Colombo to Galle! After the Portuguese, the Dutch came and captured Galle, and the amalgamation of both cultures is worth witnessing. Visit the magnificent churches, beautiful mansions, ruins of the old forts and spend some time on the beach - it would just be amazing!

Feel the bliss at Kandy
Travel and discover Sri LankaKandy  is the second-largest city in Sri Lanka, set atop a plateau and surrounded by beautiful mountains on all sides. The stretches of tea plantations and the rainforests all around will definitely soothe your senses and give you a fresh feeling. The Kandy Lake (Bogambara Lake) located at the heart of the city is popular for strolling. Kandy is famous for the sacred Buddhist sites, including the Temple of the Tooth (Sri Dalada Maligawa) shrine which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Soak in the serenity at Sigiriya & Dambulla
Often termed as the "eighth wonder of the world", Sigiriya is perhaps one of the most iconic rock structures in Sri Lanka. The ancient rock fortress has significant archeological importance and it's visited by thousands of travelers every year. The fortress complex includes remnants of a ruined palace, surrounded by an extensive network of fortifications, vast gardens, ponds, canals, alleys, and fountains. The palace and fortress complex is recognized as one of the finest examples of ancient urban planning. Considering the uniqueness of Sigiriya, UNESCO declared it a World Heritage site in 1982. Also, head off to Dambulla Caves, about 30 KM from Sigiriya - and experience the bliss of walking inside the Centuries-old-caves that preserves history.

If you are joining us to volunteer in Sri Lanka, and want us to plan your weekends - you can write to us at [email protected] and our team will be happy to help you!

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