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Register your team

Fill out the registration form below to submit your team application.
Deadline for application is 16 October 2017 at 11.00am.

Registration to the Global Health Case Challenge on Migrating Women's Health

Students from all universities can apply, however there must be a minimum of 2 students from University of Copenhagen on your team! We encourage you to look for teammates in the Matchmaking Group on Facebook.

Please note that the University of Copenhagen will NOT assist with travel and accommodation costs. However meals and beverages are provided as part of the event.

You must sign up as a team
A team must be minimum four and maximum five students. You need to add details about all the team members in the form below, so please set your team before registering. Students include: Bachelor, Master and PhD levels. Recent graduates cannot apply.

When selecting the teams, we will put emphasis on the interdisciplinarity of the team and the motivational text (max. ½ page). The motivation must give a brief introduction to the team members and reflect on what your team can bring to a case challenge on migrating women's sexual and reproductive health and why you feel that you should be a part of this challenge.

Looking for team-mates?

If you are looking for teammates, feel free to use this Matchmaking Facebook group. Just ask to be added to the group, and we will make it happen asap.

Registration deadline is Monday 16 October 2017 at 11.00am.
Registering does not guarantee your team a spot in the case challenge. All registered teams will be informed if they are invited to take part in the case challenge on Friday 20 October. On this day, the selected teams will receive an email with case specific information on the case, practical information and the program for the case challenge. We will select up to 18 teams and they are expected to be physically present in Copenhagen, Denmark on 23-24 November 2017.

Please note that the University of Copenhagen will not assist with coverage of travel and accommodation costs. These must be covered by the students/universities themselves.

Winning team

The winning team will meet with the UNFPA at their headquarter in the UN-City in Copenhagen to pitch their solution and get important feedback and advice. The winning team will then be connected with the EIT Health Accelerator programme, where they can develop their innovative solution and hopefully spread it out to relevant partners and the rest of the world.

The team is expected to develop an article and other relevant content about their participation/experience in the case challenge to be delivered to the University of Copenhagen.

1st team member (contact person)




2nd team member




3rd team member




4th team member




5th team member




Additional information

Tell us a bit about your team, and your motivation for taking part in the Case Challenge. Please include a reflection on why your team is relevant to consider for participation in a case challenge about migrating women's sexual and reproductive health. Max ½ page.


How/where did you hear about the Case Challenge?


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