For students attending the Master’s Programme in Public Health Sciences Partner Universities - Exchange Studies
Below are the partner universities where it is possible to go on exchange for your degree project.
Students can do their degree project in collaboration with a supervisor at the partner universities. This may include collection of own data or analysis of existing data.
Please note that you should make your own arrangements and secure the collaboration of a prospective project and supervisor here at KI prior to applying for an exchange. The most successful approach is to participate in an ongoing research project within your area of interest.
When you initiate contact with potential supervisors, inform them that you will apply for an exchange.
If allocated an exchange spot by KI, you will also have to find a supervisor at the partner university.
At the University of Sydney School of Public Health you can collect date for your degree project. Note that an exchange at University of Sydney depends on a supervisor’s possibility of hosting you.
At Escuela de Salud Pública, Facultad de Medicina de Universidad de Chile, teaching is available at the Master's level. Most students tend to collect data for their degree project during the exchange period in Chile. Good knowledge of Spanish is required.
At Ecole des hautes études en santé publique (EHESP) you can collect data for your degree project. To make the most out of your thesis work, please discuss with your Programme Coordinator before applying for an exchange at EHESP.
At National University of Singapore (NUS) you can collect data for your Degree Project. Please look at current research at the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health at NUS and their research interests.
At Makerere University, you can collect data for your degree project at the College of Health Sciences. To make the most out of your data collection, please discuss with your Programme Coordinator before applying for an exchange at Makerere University.