A unique opportunity for Global Health Innovators to gain knowledge, insights, and skills to make a real impact in Global Health
- Costa Rica (15 -18 May), Kenya (4 - 8 September), Spain (23 - 27 October)
- 15.000 Euros / 12.000 Euros (Alumni from one of the 6 Institutions or national of a low income country)
- Full time (check module dates)
- Blended (face to face & online)
Applications are being accepted for the 2023 edition of this programme
The Senior Executive Programme in Global Health Innovation Management provides a unique opportunity for the Global Health Innovator to gain in knowledge, insights and skills to make a real difference in Global Health. Through an innovative experiential learning model, participants will experience hands-on innovation in four different global settings while interacting with peers and working on their personal executive challenge. The learning journey will lead to personal and professional growth and a heightened ability to innovate in a complex and fast changing environment for better health outcomes in an equitable and sustainable way. Indeed, we need to respond to the increasing Global Health needs, while realising the potential of the opportunities given by digital, precision health and big data, providing solutions to more connected and better-informed users.
The modular programme delivered on three different continents Alajuela (Costa Rica), Nairobi (Kenya) and Barcelona (Spain) is a learning journey starting with the broader Global Health context, its challenges and opportunities, innovation potential to improve health care performance, ideas on transformation and development of new services, and implementation and leading change.The interactive learning model will include visits to local innovation clusters, an individual innovation project, and coaching and mentoring.
INCAE Business School
Strathmore Business School
IESE Business School/ISGlobal
For more information and to download the course brochure, please see the SEP GHIM website.
Full tuition: 15.000 Euros
Tuition for alumni of the five supporting institutions or participants from low income countries (World Bank definition): 12.000 Euros
Participants must cover their own travel and accomodation expenses.