Study Abroad and Other Global Experiential Learning Opportunities

GHS major with other Gilman ambassadors in DC

A Global Health Studies major serves as a Gilman Alumni Ambassador after being awarded
a Gilman Scholarship to study abroad in South Africa

The Global Health Studies Program encourages all students to participate in study abroad and other experiential learning opportunities which build global knowledge and skills. There are many resources available to help students find global health-related experiential learning opportunities which fit their interests and goals.  Students should contact the Global Health Studies academic advisor to discuss how these activities can fit into their academic plan. 

Importantly, the Global Health Studies Program supports student involvement in experiential learning only if it is conducted through reputable organizations which uphold ethical and health standards for both students and local populations worldwide.   See the UI Study Abroad website or meet with a UI Study Abroad advisor for more information on good practices for selecting a study abroad or other international experiential learning program. 
 

Steps for GHS Academic Advising If You Plan to Study Abroad
 

UI Study Abroad website 1111 UCC; 319-335-0353; study-abroad@uiowa.edu

Global Health-themed study abroad programs Major Advising Page

Steps to Studying Abroad at the University of Iowa

Funding Your Study Abroad Experience

 

The Global Health Studies Program is in no way responsible for, nor has control of, the content of any external websites nor do we endorse any commercial products, services, or websites. You should always research any opportunity thoroughly.