AT A GLANCE

Eligibility

• Junior, Senior, Graduate Student, Dissertator, GRAD, MEDS, PHAR, VMED
• Junior and Senior Undergraduates will be admitted on a space available basis with faculty director consent. Preference will be given to students in health sciences and to Graduate and Professional students in Pharmacy, Vet Med, Med, and Nursing. Participants are required to take PHS 644: Global Health and Disease (one credit) during the Spring semester prior to studying abroad.
• Graduate students/ Dissertators must be in good standing. Undergraduate students require a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
• Language Pre-requisite: None
• Open to UW-Madison degree-seeking students and Capstone students registered for the certificate in Global Health.
• Good academic and disciplinary standing

Subjects

Public Health, Medicine, Infectious Disease

Classroom Language

English

Housing

Hotels, Local Hosts, Residence Hall

Program Duration

Summer: Mid-May - Late May

Application Deadline(s)

TermApplication Deadline
Summer 2016  12/4/2015
Extended Deadline: 1/8/2016
 

Future durations will be posted at a later date.


Questions about this program?
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Thailand, Bangkok
UW Global Health Field School in Thailand

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The UW-Madison Global Health Institute Thailand Field Course introduces an interdisciplinary group of students to Thai culture and offers them the opportunity to learn from experts about infectious disease and public health in Thailand.

This two-credit program provides a unique community-based field experience designed to allow you to gain an appreciation of Thai culture and how it affects health and health care. You will study public health and tropical disease with Thai experts, as well as learn how to design and implement village health assessments by participating in a community-based project.

You will arrive in Bangkok and spend a week participating in lectures and site visits around the city. The program will continue in a nearby rural Province where you will hear lectures on rural health training and research from the faculty of Mahidol University. You will visit local communities, participate in homestays, and implement village health assessments. You will also be exposed to eco-health research and spend time at a research site. The program will end in Bangkok with final meetings, lectures, and discussions.