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International Health


Schweizerisches Tropen- und Public Health-Institut

Universität Basel UNIBAS

Luogo di formazione

Basel (BS)

Lingua di insegnamento


Tipo di formazione

Università e politecnici - Perfezionamento: formazioni lunghe

Modalità temporali

Tempo parziale


Salute, cure infermieristiche, medicina

Indirizzi di studio

Medicina umana



Aggiornato il 10.06.2024


Descrizione della formazione

The programme focuses on strategies of modern International / Global Health approaches which take into account conditions of countries with resources constraints. International Health describes a strategy combining the knowledge and experience of several disciplines (epidemiology, social sciences, medicine, economics, management sciences, biology, etc.). The objective of the programme is to enable participants to implement sustainable primary health care programme and projects related to health in a setting of countries with limited resources.

Piano di formazione

The Master of Advanced Studies International Health was established by the Swiss Tropical Institute in 1998 and was accredited by the University of Basel in 2001. In October 2007, this program was also accredited by the «Schweizerische Universitätskonferenz» for the period of seven years without conditions imposed.

The programme is equivalent to a one-year full-time Master with 60 ECTS. The students enrol at the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute for the core course «Health Care and Management in Tropical Countries». After successfully completing the core course, students enrol for optional modules (1 to 5 weeks each) at one of the tropEd partner institutions. There they study supervised by an individual tutor. Credit Points have to sum up to a total of 20 for these optional modules.

Additional 20 ECTS will be given for the research project or thesis with which participants prove that they have acquired both knowledge and skills.
All participants have to take courses in at least 2 institutions belonging to the tropEd network, a legal association of some 30 European and overseas institutions of higher education. Since 2005, the MIH is part of the Swiss School of Public Health+ (SSPH+).

Language requirements are: TOEFL Paper 550, TOEFL Computer 213, TOEFL internet 79-80, IELTS 6.0 or native speaker or completed higher education in English (with written proof).


Condizioni d'ammissione

Medical doctors and nurses are as welcome as social scientists, health planners, educators, pharmacists and other health workers. Admission criteria are a first degree related to health, a good record of working experience, preferably in countries with resources constraints. Participants who want to join the MIH programme can only apply for the whole programme after finishing the core course HCM.


Costs for the fullprogramme between CHF 22'000.- and CHF 26'000.- (incl. travel expenses and accommodation)


  • Master of Advanced Studies MAS

Master of Advanced Studies (MAS) International Health, University of Basel

Informazioni pratiche

Luogo / indirizzo

  • Basel (BS)

The Master programme International Health is a joint master's degree programme in which students not only pursue their studies at Swiss TPH, but also take a substantial number of accredited short courses at one of the more than 30 participating universities in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia or Central America.

Svolgimento temporale


Programme starts in July each year.
Register before 30 June.


The Master programme is equivalent to one year of full-time study and can be spread over a period of up to five years.

Modalità temporali

  • Tempo parziale

Lingua di insegnamento

  • inglese

Language requirements are: TOEFL Paper 550, TOEFL Computer 213, TOEFL internet 79-80, IELTS 6.0 or native speaker or completed higher education in English (with written proof).


Informazioni / contatto

Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute
Course Secretariat
Kreuzstrasse 2
CH-4123 Allschwil

Tel. +41 61 284 82 34

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