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The undergraduate Global Health program is the first and only program of its kind in Canada. It combines natural sciences, social sciences and the humanities to give you a more comprehensive understanding of today’s health issues. Start making a positive change before you graduate. Get placed with an NGO or academic institution and engage in local and global health initiatives for 10-12 weeks at home or abroad during your 4th year placement. You could find yourself developing health programs in a Sri Lankan village or helping to move global health policies forward with the Welcome Centre Immigrant Services.
Learn how to put your ideas into action and help make a global impact. With real world experience and access to our vast global health network, you will leave with the right skills and knowledge-base to get your career started and make a positive change in the health sector.
Open your mind to endless career opportunities, expected and otherwise. You could be a global health policy analyst, health systems planner, clinic manager, health educator, health promoter, health researcher, community health worker, community development, information specialist, systems integration specialist and more.Find out more about Experiential Education opportunities at York ›