Academic Programmes

The United Nations University International Institute for Global Health (UNU-IIGH) is not a traditional university that confers degrees; instead it is the global health think tank for the United Nations (UN). UNU-IIGH produces research to influence health policies. and provide training in various areas in health systems research and implementation.

Our Academic Programmes are divided into Fellowships, Academic Internship, and Capacity Building. Each stream focus on supporting skills development in global health research and policy planning through different avenues for various learners.

Fellowships
Capacity building
Internship