Lists 15 Tips For Planning Your Elective Share Tweet Published 9 months ago on 31st January 2018 By Anika Parmar 1. Plan EARLY! Like from 1st year (kidding), but seriously at least a year in advance. 2. Shortlist countries in the world that will actually let you practice… 3. Find out which vaccines you’ll need for your travel. 4. Make sure you have a valid passport…Duh!😂 5. Ensure you have the correct Visa(s) too! 6. Double and triple check your dates, just incase your have to miss clinics or need special leave. 7. Check if you need specialist insurance/indemnity or if it’s included by your elective practice or hospital. 8. Budget accordingly and then add an extra amount just in case! 9. Check if your elective practice needs a confirmation letter from your university. 10. Check if your university needs a confirmation letter from your elective practice. 11. Various dental charities offer student elective programs, so check them out beforehand! 12. Lots of prizes and funding are available, so be sure to look around. 13. Know where the British Embassy is in the country you visit, just in case you fancy some proper tea and biscuits. No seriously, their tea is amazing! 14. Double check what cards or currency they use and what your bank will charge you. (Monzo is a great alternative) 15. Don’t forget your floss! 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