We cannot provide specific advice on residency and internship positions for international medical graduates (IMGs). However, in general, residency and internship positions can be very competitive for IMGs, as they may face additional challenges in the application process due to visa and licensing requirements.
Some of the most competitive residency and internship positions for IMGs are typically in highly specialized fields such as dermatology, neurosurgery, plastic surgery, and radiation oncology, among others. These positions tend to have a limited number of openings, and the application process can be quite selective.
To improve their chances of securing a residency or internship position, IMGs can take steps to strengthen their application, such as obtaining strong letters of recommendation, obtaining relevant clinical experience and research, and achieving high scores on standardized exams such as the USMLE (United States Medical Licensing Examination). Additionally, IMGs may want to consider applying to programs that have a history of accepting international medical graduates and have a more diverse applicant pool.