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No, one of the main requirements of the GloCal program is that trainees must train in the LMIC where they plan to carry out their research plan.
GloCal is not currently considering additional international training sites, but may do so again sometime in the future. For more information, please contact Assistant Director Kimberly Bale.
Yes, as long as he or she is from one of the 20 international sites or from one of the represented UC sites (UCSF, UCSD, UCLA, UCD), your mentor can be added to the list after being approved as a mentor. Please contact Assistant Director Kimberly Bale .
No, the program is not accepting master's or undergraduate students at this time.
No, doctoral and professional students must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents to be eligible for this fellowship.