Elective Attachment

For Visiting Students

Elective attachment opportunities at CUHK are available for medical students from outside Hong Kong who would like to experience the challenges of Emergency Medicine at the Prince of Wales Hospital. Only ONE student will be hosted for each period of time to maximize learning opportunities for each student.  Successful applicants will be offered a 4-week to 8-week period of elective attachment. Spaces are very limited and applicants are advised to apply as early as possible as the Emergency Medicine elective program is very popular.

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For CUHK Medical Students

Medical Year 3 students are welcome to do a clinical attachment in our Unit before starting their clinical studies in Medical Year 4.  However, the Medical Year 6 students usually start in June so there are only very limited places and we can only offer very limited attachment times for interested students.  Please contact us if you are interested.


Previous overseas elective students at our department:

Student Name University
LO Chi Chun Adeline Otago University, NZ
CHUN Louis University of Hawaii at Manoa, Hawaii
SO Wing Lung, Alvin The University of Melbourne, Australia
CHAN Ka Wing Karen University of Leicester, UK
TANG Shun Yin Martin University of Leicester, UK
CHOW Chou Yu Wen Yvonne Northwestern University, USA
WONG Hau Cheung Dominic Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
CHAN Siu Chung Arthur Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
Deacon Zhao Jun LEE University of Aberdeen School of Medicine, UK
CHAN Cheuk Yan Estee The University of Auckland, NZ
CHAN Cho Yui Bob The University of Auckland, NZ
Elsie NG University of New South Wales
CHAN Pak Ki Bobby The University of New South Wales, Australia
Christopher CHEE Touro University, California, USA
Charleen LIU University of Manchester, UK
LEUNG Pak Shan Boston University, USA
Cara DAWSON The University of Liverpool, UK
Anni Elizabeth DOUGHERTY Dundee University, UK
Aliya RAZAAQ Leeds Medical School
WONG Ka Woon Queen Mary University of London
GOH Yin Peng Monash University, Australia
Nihal KUMTA University of Queensland, Australia
YIP Mei Ying Camille University of New South Wales, Australia
MAK Tung Tang University of New South Wales, Australia
HUI Tsz Yan Dora University of Melbourne, Australia
HU Jingyi The University of Manchester
HUI Li Yeung Philip University of British Columbia
LIU Hon Sum University of Birmingham, UK
Kate MANLEY Imperial College, London
Vincent LEE University of Queensland’s, Australia
Ralph LEE Manchester/Keele Medical School
SIU Cheuk-Lun Dylan University of Queensland, Australia
SUN Kang Min University of Manchester, UK
Israr AHMAD Xian Jiaotong University, Xian, China
Christine OU Midwestern University,
Yilu HE Australian National University
CHENG Hon Chuen James Cook University
PUN Ming Tsz Peking University Health Service Centre
Jason AN University of Calgary, Canada
CHAN Kim Loon University of Warwick Medical School, UK
NG Ching Man Germaine University of Liverpool, UK
NG Harvey Ching Yeung University of Dublin, College Green, Dublin
Francis LEE University of Edinburgh
LAW Emily Tien Yen Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry (Queen Mary Uni), London
LI Gordon Wai Lun University of Glasgow, UK
CHENG Tim Shing University of New South Wales, Australia
HUI Lawrence Kwan Ki University of New South Wales, Australia
Sam LAI University of Newcastle
QIN Jiaxing University of Sydney, Australia
PANG Daniel University of Toronto
Nadia Hejgaard JENSEN University of Southern Denmark
Morten HjarnØ LORENTZEN University of Southern Denmark
WAN Chi Chun St. Georges University, UK
SHIU Stewart Che Yeung University of Auckland, New Zealand
CHAN Yuen Yee Queen Mary, University of London, UK
CHIA Shio Yeat Chung Shan Medical University, Taiwan