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Studying public and global health abroad gives you the chance to see how public health systems, policies, and practices of another country work. Compare the influence political systems, economics, and culture have on public health issues in other countries. Learn what it takes to work with multiple cultures and institutions by connecting with people living in those systems.

  • See first-hand how other countries approach promoting health and preventing diseases in at-risk populations
  • Learn about the ethical issues facing public health professionals working in developing countries
  • Discover the cultural nuances that make it more likely that members of a community will accept and follow recommended health treatments

Want to learn how to take your studies abroad? Review the process, talk with your advisor, then visit your campus study abroad office.

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