Internships in Low- and Middle-income countries within the framework of the Master in Global Health

Thematic area

  • Health

Project type

  • Education
  • Research
  • Third Mission


  • Eswatini
  • Guatemala
  • Pakistan
  • Tanzania


  • 1 month/student per year (since 2019)


  • Dopasi Foundation
  • Fondazione Ivo de Carneri
  • Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (MSC)

Scientific supervisor

  • Mario Raviglione
  • Andrea Gori

Founded by

  • Banca Intesa
  • Enrolment fees

Snapshot of project

Offer MGH students an opportunity to apply in the field the knowledge and skills acquired during class.
Facilitate the exchange of experience, best practices and solutions to global health issues among practitioners from different contexts and backgrounds.
Promote the implementation of global-public health/medical/social actions aimed at supporting individuals, at tackling inequalities, at improving and sustain the current organizational services and capacity, with a a collaborative and multidisciplinary approach.
MGH students; Staff at partner organizations; Local population served by partner
Role of UNIMI
Support and coordination for the 1-month on-site internship in low- and middle–income settings, in collaboration with different organizations.
Support and collaboration of the: Centre for Educational Innovation and Multimedia Technologies (CTU)
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