The Global Health Fellows Program offers a unique opportunity to learn firsthand how global health policy is formulated and implemented. Launched by Duke University’s Sanford School of Public Policy in 2004, the program provides students with both academic and experiential perspectives on how intergovernmental institutions, public-private partnerships and nongovernmental organizations shape global health policy and programs.

The program combines internships with global health stakeholder organizations in Geneva and an intensive course on global health issues. It is open to graduate students attending schools of public policy, public health and medicine.