School of Global Health and University of Copenhagen offers a number of popular courses within global health, which are open to both students and external applicants.
Global Health Challenges
Dive into health policies and health consequences of the major current and future global challenges | 5 ECTS | 1 – 12 August 2022
Field course in Sri Lanka on Cross-disciplinary Health Research
Understanding health research, methods, possibilities and challenges in a middle-income setting | 7,5 ECTS | 17 July – 5 August 2022
Urbanisation and Health
Gain knowledge, skills and competences to identify, analyse, discuss priority urban health challenges in a local and global context | 5 ECTS | 8 – 19 August 2022
Our popular signature-course in international health targeting students and professionals with health-related backgrounds | 5 ECTS | 1 – 19 August 2022
Explore and learn about health patterns, systems, challenges and solutions in the Artic region | 5 ECTS | August 2022
Global Health Case Challenge
Work in multidisciplinary teams with innovation in global health and engage yourself in a real-world global health challenge | 2,5 ECTS | 8 – 12 August 2022
The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences offers several international summer courses each year aimed at both Danish and international students. The application deadline is 1 April 2022. The application forms will be available on the respective course webpages.
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