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‘I’m grateful I was able to do a work placement abroad in Banjul. I grew there as a student nurse, but also as a person. My self-confidence received an enormous boost. I would recommend this to anyone. If you are given opportunity, grab it with both hands! I look back very fondly on my time in The Gambia.’ (Glenn Lamote)

‘I highly recommend this work placement to everyone. Nurses are highly respected in The Gambia. I used to be a very insecure student and this work placement meant that I have made huge progress on a personal level. For instance, I returned from this work placement feeling very confident. I was also allowed a great deal of independence at work. I found that people have great confidence in student nurses. You can learn a lot yourself, but there’s also much that you can teach the Gambian student nurses and that makes it just as exciting. It’s also great that you can really mean something to the people. I lost my heart there and am returning on holiday with lots of love and will definitely be visiting the hospital.’ (Melloney Dugardein)

‘I think the work placement abroad in The Gambia provides huge added value within the nursing study programme. I grew as a person during my stay in the Gambia, discovering a new, unfamiliar culture and getting so much back in return. I can still recall my daily adventures. I would not hesitate if given the chance to do it again. So I say to the doubters: take a chance. You won’t regret it.’ (Broes Miny)

‘For me, the work placement in Banjul was a great and fun experience that I won’t quickly forget. You really can’t compare the culture and way of working in the hospital with what we are used to in Belgium. It’s great how people there manage with the material available.’ (Thomas Hollebeke)

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