Creighton University, Saudi University Forge EMS Partnership


 
 

Jourdyn Kaarre | | Monday, July 14, 2014


Creighton University will welcome a group of emergency medical services students from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia this fall.

In a partnership with King Saud University, Creighton will provide a 10-month internship for 24 students in the Prince Sultan College for Emergency Medical Services.

After three years of planning, the students will arrive at the beginning of October.
 

The students will fulfill internship requirements to receive their Bachelor of Science in emergency medical services degrees. Creighton’s emergency medical services program will provide the students with clinical experience and in-field paramedic training.

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