The University of Copenhagen's International Summer Programme offers a number of popular global health-related summer courses, which are open to both students and external applicants with an interest in global health issues.
Open for application
Deadline: 1 April 2017
Courses offered by the School of Global Health
All courses are crossdisciplinary, in English and with both researchers and professionals lecturering.
Transitions in Urban Living - 14 to 25 August 2017
Focused on global challenges and solutions within urbanization, working with a case in Copenhagen.
Arctic Health - 7 to 25 August 2017
Focused on human health, health patterns, health systems, challenges and solutions to delivering of health care.
Humanitarian Action - 30 July to 11 August 2017 + e-learning component
Focused on theories, practices and dilemmas within humanitarian action in a global perspective.
Global Health Challenges - 7 to 18 August 2017 + e-learning component
Focused on health policy and health consequences of the major current and future global challenges.
International Health - 7 to 25 August 2017
Focused on health, diseases and medical interventions in developing countries. The course is especially suited for nursing and medical students who intend to work abroad.
Field Course in Sri Lanka on Global Health and Research - 28 July to 18 August 2017
Field course at two universities in Sri Lanka, focused on health research in low- and middle-income countries.
Other relevant summer courses
These other summer courses from the University of Copenhagen are also relevant for people with an interest in global health (information will be updated within 2016)
All courses are in English and take place in July and/or August.
Courses provide between 5 and 7.5 ECTS (European study credits).
For more information on each course and online registration please visit the course descriptions on the links above.