|The University of Arizona’s Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health (CEPH accredited) and Study Abroad & Student Exchange are launching four exciting new study abroad programs and invite students from around the world to participate. The programs – in Latin America, Europe, and Asia – are the product of many thoughtful scholars whose goal is to share knowledge that will improve the health and well-being of all people.
Designed for students who are pursuing a degree in public health and/or have an interest in global health, these programs explore international health topics in a variety of academically rigorous global settings. Students have the opportunity to earn University of Arizona credit while living and studying abroad. The programs are currently accepting applications for Summer 2015, so please share these opportunities with your students.
Accelerated Public Health Cohort Mexico – This 10 week summer program in Cuernavaca, Mexico offers students the opportunity to do a full semester of public health coursework and engage in service learning in a global setting. Students will work closely with one another both inside and outside the classroom to develop a deeper understanding of the different health challenges that people face outside of the United States. Open to undergraduate students.
Migrations and Health Mexico – This field based service learning program in Puebla, Mexico provides students with an opportunity for in depth examination of the push and pull factors of migration and their implications for the health and well-being of rural communities in central Mexico. Students will work alongside their Mexican counterparts to examine these issues within the ecological and social determinants of health framework. Open to graduate students.
Integrating Chinese Medicine and Public Health China – This program is based in Henan, a Chinese province that is internationally well-known for its ancient history and its origination and current practice of Chinese medicine, Chen-style Tai Ji, and Shaolin martial arts. Courses include an introduction to Chinese message and acupuncture, Tai Ji, Chinese culture, and Chinese history. Students will visit Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and study on the beautiful campus of Henan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. This program includes a one week cultural site seeing tour fully sponsored by the Confucius Institute. Open to undergraduate and graduate students.
Human Sexuality and Health in Northern Europe Belgium, the Netherlands, and Denmark – This exciting traveling program examines how issues related to sexuality are addressed in Belgium, the Netherlands and Denmark. Students will visit hospitals, public health agencies and universities, and interact with governments, researchers, medical professionals and public health workers. Discover why Northern Europeans are some of the healthiest people on Earth! Open to undergraduate students.
Study Abroad & Student Exchange is here to help. Please contact us with any questions you might have.
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