At University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy in St. Louis, we take a broader view of the world. As a health care provider, you will have the ability to impact patients and society at home and abroad, and we will make sure you
Throughout our academic programs, we focus on cultural awareness and the importance of interacting with people from diverse backgrounds. It makes our students better health care providers — and truly educated people.
As a student, you will have the opportunity to give back, serve and lead — both at home and abroad. Students have completed thousands of hours of service and traveled to more than 20 countries to provide patient care abroad.
Student Learning Opportunities
Students at the University may gain international experiences through several learning opportunities.
- International Service Learning Course: Students can travel internationally and provide service to communities in need while earning academic credit.
- International APPE Rotations: Pharmacy students can conduct research, train health support personnel and provide patient care at sites around the world during final-year rotations.
- On-Campus Events and Programming: Events such as International Week and seminars featuring
health careleaders from around the world allow students to participate in multicultural activities and learn about global health issues.
Select a program to learn more or contact the Office of International Programs.
Current students should log in to MySTLCOP to access the Office of International Programs site to learn more about specific programs and apply.
The University hosts visitors from around the world through Pharmabridge and its more than 15 international partnerships.
Prospective International Students
We welcome students from around the world.
Our dedication to serving communities knows no bounds and we're proud to provide a leading-edge health care education to students from across the globe.
International students who wish to apply for admission must fully satisfy all admission criteria and gain acceptance for admission for their intended program before being issued a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) I-20 Form, which allows entry into the United States or transfer from another American institution.
Current International Students
The International Student and Scholar Support Program assists international students and scholars in the areas of immigration, relevant laws and policies and navigate orienting to the United States and campus life.
For more information, contact Jessica Hylton, coordinator for international student and scholar support, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 314.446.8025.