International Summer University in Osnabrück, Germany
July 5 - July 26th or 29th, 2013
International Public Health Promotion
This course explores how public health systems work and how they are financed in various countries and cultures around the world. The purpose of this course is to compare and contrast public/private healthcare in developed and developing countries. Students will also learn the growing impact that lifestyle and health behaviors play on a country’s overall health and well-being. Additionally, students will visit healthcare settings in Western Europe. Application and deposit of $150 is due to the Office of International Programs and Services by February 28, 2013. Click here to download the application. For scholarship information for students in the CNHP program please click here. For other scholarships available please click here.
HP 492 (3cr.): HP 498: HP 409
Program Fee: $2,500 (includes weekend in Berlin)
USI Fees: $152.75
Meals estimate: $300
Health Insurance: $80
Airfare estimate: $1,500
Estimated total cost: $4,942.75
Optional trips to Paris at the end of the program (July 26-29th) is $500
Program fee includes tuition & fees, housing, and excursions (including trip to Berlin).
Scholarships are available and financial aid can be used to cover most costs (except for food and some travel).
Click the image below to watch a testimonial about the program from an undergraduate health services major, Darius Rower.
Contact the Office of International Programs and Services (465-1248) for more information