MCH graduates will be capable to act as professionals in multidisciplinary field of health and well-being, e.g. in administrative and managerial positions in health care services and health promotion, as well as in education, development, planning, and research.
Master’s Program in Circumpolar Health and Well-being (MCH) is an international two-year program (120 ECTS/60 North American Credit Hours including theses). Program is open for students holding a Bachelor degree or equivalent in Health Sciences (180 ECTS). MCH is established and managed in collaboration by the partner universities: University of Oulu,
Finland (Centre for Arctic Medicine and Department of Health Sciences), Center for Health Education, Greenland/University of Southern Denmark, Denmark, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden, Northern State Medical University, Russia, Pomor State University, Russia, University of Lapland, Finland and . University of Manitoba, Canada
Program consists of on-line course package, on-site studies, exchange period and theses. The minimum requirement for studies at the
is 15 ECTS. Program has no tuition fees however students are responsible for their own living costs. University of Oulu
The application deadline is Monday, 31 March 2008.
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