What is it?
The Global Health Experiential Fellowship (GHEF) is a six-week immersive experience working alongside Ugandan undergraduate and masters level students on a project customized to your team's interests. Fellows have the chance to publish a paper on their research in a key topic related to global health.
The goals of the fellowship are to promote intercultural understanding and provide exposure to collaborative and equitable global health practice, implementation, and research.
2023 Summer Cohorts (Subject to change):
May 22nd - june 23rd
July 17th - August 18th
Experiential Fellowship Info Session (2023)
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News & Updates
ETH Experiential Fellowship
May 22nd - June 23rd & July 17th - August 18th
Students will have the opportunity to participate in a six-week immersive experience working on a team with Ugandan undergraduate and masters level students, as part of the ETH Experiential Fellowship.
ETH fosters a supportive environment through providing academic, organizational, and cultural mentorship to each of the chapters. Additionally, faculty members at the respective American universities and at Ugandan universities with expertise in the topic of the chapters’ research also mentor the chapters. Through this framework, we envision future faculty-level institutional collaboration on projects through our infrastructure.
Applications for the ETH EF are out now! Click here to apply for the 2023 session
Experiential Fellowship Syllabus (2023)
Experiential Fellowship Flier (2023)
Stay tuned for Q&A session dates for the 2023 EF!