General Information about the
Minor Global Health 2023

Application Minor Global Health through eduXchange

Since today 3 April 2023 13.00 hrs. you can apply for the Minor Global Health 2023. Many of you already applied. 

However, some of you might get a message like 'we do not accept applications anymore, you will be put on a waiting list'. If that is the case, then don't worry, since you are registered as having applied for the MGH2023. And application will be open until 16 April!

To complete your application, register for a GHEE account (see under Application) and then send in your application form, alle before 16 April!

INFORMATION Minor Global Health 2023
Global Health 2023-2024 GENMIN36 en 38 DEF.docx

Minor Global Health Calendar

Minor Global Health 2023 schedule

Roster Minor Global Health 2023

Vaccinations, Insurances, Flights & Housing

To prevent highly communicable diseases while abroad and thus to prevent you from getting ill, please note that to be eligible for the Minor Global Health we require you to be vaccinated according to the Dutch  National Vaccination Program (Rijksvaccinatie programma - RVP). 

Vaccinations against Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus and Polio (DKTP) as well as Mumps, Measles and Rubella (BMR) are compulsory. Furthermore, adequate vaccination against COVID-19 and Hepatitis B are compulsory as well.

For your trip you will need a compulsory booster vaccination against Diphtheria, Whooping Cough, Tetanus and Polio (DKTP), as well as compulsory vaccinations against Rabies and Hepatitis A

Yellow Fever and others only when indicated (LCR guidelines). Malaria prophylaxis will depend on the country and areas you will be visiting (LCR guidelines).

PREPARATION Minor Global Health 2023

Minor Global Health VIDEO DOCUMENTARY channel

Learn about Global Health with these Video Documentaries from all over the world made by our Minor Global Health students. 

Minor Global Health AFTER MOVIE channel

Have fun with the After Movies from all over the world made by our Minor Global Health students.