Eduglobal - Clinic Sites

Clinical Sites Across Italy & Switzerland

Enhance your clinical education with an international experience at one of our contracted rehabilitation facilities in Italy or Switzerland. As an American physical therapy student enrolled in a CAPTE-accredited DPT program, you are eligible to participate in our program. Our onsite team is here to help with everything from housing and transportation to travel arrangements. Don't miss this opportunity to expand your knowledge and skills while immersing yourself in a new culture. Apply now to join us on this exciting journey of professional and personal growth.


Eduglobal - Clinic Sites

50+ Participating US DPT Programs

We place physical therapy students from American DPT programs into international clinical education experiences that offer opportunities to learn excellent clinical skills in a unique and welcoming culture.

Interested in joining us? We are accepting new programs for 2023 clinical experiences. Please email Brett @ [email protected] for more information!

Eduglobal - Clinic Sites

15+ Years of Clinical Education Experiences

Since 2006 we have offered clinical education experiences of 8 to 12 weeks in seven renowned rehabilitation centers in Italy. Our Italian CIs speak English and are trained in use of the electronic CPI.  


Hands-On Experience

With Eduglobal, students have the opportunity to interact with all kinds of patients and learn from other staff.
Hands on experience

Multidisciplinary Teams

The facilities that work with Eduglobal often employ clinicians of multiple disciplines to provide well-rounded care. This includes, but is not limited to, psychologists, nutritionists, and speech pathologists.
A multidisciplinary medical team

Cultural Immersion

Students working with Eduglobal have plenty of time to explore the beautiful Italian cities around them.
Eduglobal Associates - Cultural immersion - A Venician canal

“Not only did I learn a different healthcare system and way to practice physical therapy but I also learned a lot of lessons that can’t be taught in a classroom or at any clinical in the States.”

— Alyssa Walz, Georgia State University