Public Health Scholars study abroad in England, India, or Kenya during the fall semester of their second year at AU. Our scholars learn firsthand how cultural perspectives inform the understanding and application of public health around the world.
Students develop critical insight into global health issues and engage in some of the most pressing health dialogues. In addition, Public Health Scholars are provided cross-cultural orientations as they transition to and from their study abroad experiences.
England & Jamaica
The Institute for the International Education of Students (IES) London Health Practice & Policy Program offers specialized study in London and Oxford - ending the semester at the University of the West Indies in Jamaica.
The AU Madrid Program in Global & Public Health Issues offers access to one of the most dynamic countries in Europe where students get to experience Spanish life and culture at its core by living with a host family, and an internship within a Spanish organization.
The AU Abroad Program in Nairobi offers specialized study in the public health track at the University of Nairobi School of Public Health. Students also engage in a practice-based internship and community diagnosis project using epidemiological methods.