Being a Master Student at CIH
Do you have questions about your study programme? Would you like to find out were your exam is being held? On these pages you will find the information you need to manage your studies.
Welcome to the Centre for International Health (CIH)!
Master in Global Health Programme description
CIH's Master in Global Health aims to define global health broadly as an area for study, research, and practice that places a priority on improving health and achieving health equity for all people worldwide. Learn more about the course, schedules and reading lists.
Please see the links at the bottom of the webpage for more info about student life.
An overview of all examination dates and locations is published at the beginning of each semester.
Previous exam questions/papers are uploaded on Mitt UiB. You will find them on you Dashboard in the “box” called Det medisinske fakultet MED (Faculty of Medicine) open the folder called Eksamensoppgåver (Exam questions), thereafter you will find a folder entitled MAMD-GLOB Master programme in Global Health. Unfortunately everything is in Norwegian. If you are interested in looking at exam questions/papers prior to 2017, please check the folder MAMD-INTH_Masterprogram i internasjonal helse.
You can copy and print using your student card at all of the University locations, read more about UiB's printing services.
The deadline for semester registration is:
- 1 September (Autumn Semester)
- 1 February (Spring Semester)
You register online (Studentweb).
From autumn 2019: The first academic year the compulsory courses/activites add up to 40 ECTS credits (SDG303; INTH315; INTH330A) and elective courses should add up to 14 ECTS credits. The 6 ECTS credits for the compulsory activity Research seminars (INTH326) will be registered the last semester before the Master's examination.
Information about Student confirmations (for both confirmation of your student status, study period or study plan and confirmation of your study progress report for renewal of study permit).
The course coordinators will ask students for their evaluation of the courses. They decide on how the students should give their evaluation, i.e. online questionnaires, paper questionnaires, oral feedback in class. The coordinators will, based on these evaluations, make a report, which they upload on UiB's Quality Assurance Database.