Health and Well-being in the Arctic

The non-degree PhD programme in Health and Well-being in the Arctic offers specialization on Arctic health and well-being via special short courses, summer and winter schools to PhD and advanced Masters’ students.


Rapid change in livelihoods, economics, climate and environment is on-going in Northern areas. Human health and well-being is the result of the complex interaction of cultural, genetic, behavioral and environmental factors, and climate is a major, constantly changing component of that interaction. We need new researchers and experts also to the field of health and well-being.

The PhD Programme on Health and Well-being in the Arctic offers, inter alia:

  • specialized courses contributing to your PhD or Master degree;
  • networking within a tightly knit international community of researchers;
  • contacts to supervisors within the fields of research;
  • information about available grants and funding opportunities related to the fields of research.

 

Program details

UArctic endorsedUArctic Endorsed
Academic level(s)Master, PhD
CountryFinland
Language of instructionEnglish
InstitutionUniversity of Oulu
Fields of studyHealth (others)
Tagsmultidisciplinarycircumpolarhealthnon-degree
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