There are many roads you can take to embark on a career in international health. Medicine, demography, nursing, veterinary medicine, and health administration are some of the many disciplines encompassed by the vast field of international health.

Because the University of Montreal doesn’t yet have a training program specifically in international health, you’ll need to orient your career proactively and demonstrate your motivation off-campus. Before you complete your bachelor’s degree, this could mean doing international cooperation internships. Good sites to monitor for such opportunities are those of the CECI or, where internship opportunities are regularly posted. Once you have your bachelor’s degree, you can focus your master’s-level work on an aspect of international health by seeking out professors who are working or have worked in this field. You may wish to consult the following non-exhaustive list of such professors.

School of Public Health:
- Department of Health Administration (DASUM)
- Department of Social and Preventive Medicine (DMSP)

Faculty of Arts and Sciences:
- Department of Anthropology
- Department of Demography
- Department of Sociology

Faculty of Medicine:
- Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Department of Family Medicine and Emergency Medicine
- Department of Microbiology
- Department of Nutrition

Faculty Of Veterinary Medicine

Faculty of Nursing

Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this section. However, it is possible that some professors have been omitted from this list. For corrections or additions to the information provided here, please contact the webmaster.

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