The High North course launched in January 2015, is a joint course offering with University of Southeastern Norway (USN), to complement McMaster’s MSc Global Health program. The Program is delivered through a network of partner universities (Maastricht, USN & McMaster Universities). The course teaches future global healthcare leaders critical approaches to investigating policies from all points of view, while providing healthcare leaders located in the circumpolar north with easier access to higher education, and allowing for faculty and student exchanges.
Offers the opportunity for students to learn from faculty in global health research and professional learning opportunities in the field.
Students are offered transdisciplinary learning on transcontinental teams. They may also go on exchange at participating global consortium institutions. Funding is available through the High North Programme, Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education(SIU).
Canada, Netherlands, Norway
Research, Education, Global Partnerships
University of Southeastern Norway (USN) in Norway, Maastricht University, The Netherlands
High North Programme, Norwegian Centre for International Cooperation in Education(SIU)