Do I need to speak English to participate in an AMO rotation?

You will need to send us proof of English proficiency to rotate.

We do require proof of English proficiency for an individual to participate in the clinical experiences we offer.

If your medical school teaches in English, then a letter stating so from a Dean or Professor will suffice. Otherwise, the TOEFL, IELTS, or any other equivalent can be submitted as proof. If the above proof is not possible, you can schedule a short phone call with AMO to confirm that you speak and understand English well enough to have success in our clinical experiences. 

For additional information on the importance of English proficiency during clinical experiences click here.