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For a decade, Northwestern’s global health minor has trained undergraduates to address some of the world’s most entrenched public health problems.


With study abroad programs established in Chile, China, Cuba, France, Israel, South Africa, and Tanzania, the global health program is one of the largest and most successful minors at Northwestern and is poised to advance the University’s strategic goals of expanding its engagement with the world and finding innovative solutions to global problems.


To learn more about the global health minor, please view a special feature produced by the University that includes a comprehensive story, an overview video, and an interactive map exploring the program’s effects on Northwestern students and people around the world.


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