Global Nursing Program


The community health experience offered by USF College of Nursing’s Global Nursing Program enables students to learn first-hand about international health care while delivering nursing education and services to local residents. Students will have the opportunity to develop inter-professional health care relationships, explore different cultures and increase their value as a globally-educated registered nurse.


Program Location Region
Nursing Community Health in Panama Panama Central America
Nursing Community Health in Scotland Scotland Europe
Nursing Community Health in St. Croix  (On Hold Due To Hurricane Damage)
St. Croix Caribbean

Latest Program News

Returning Peace Corps volunteers looking to continue and build on the skills learned after a global experience have the opportunity to obtain a bachelor’s degree in nursing at USF through a special fe … [read more]
For two weeks in June a group of 18 USF College of Nursing students and one research assistant experienced community nursing in Panama as part of the college’s Global Nursing Program. The team of youn … [read more]
A total of 30 USF College of Nursing undergraduate students recently returned from a two-week summer global community health experience in Scotland. The international partnership, in its fourth year, … [read more]