The health and welfare of migrant populations (MAVIT5200)

Master's course
For exchange students

The migrant population is today a growing and a young age group in Western societies. Migration has current and future implications for migrants, practitioners and health and social care systems in receiving countries. The focus on quality improvement in health care services will here include migration as a process, practices of relatedness, belonging, social justice and solidarity, and perspectives such as resilience, empowerment, recovery and social-material resources within communities. After completing the course, you will be competent in evaluating the need for treatment as well as planning and implementing interventions for patients from different cultural backgrounds.

  • Admission requirements

    Applicants must be admitted to a master's/postgraduate programme related to health sciences.

  • How to apply

    International exchange students select courses when applying for exchange.

  • Course description

    For more information about this course, take a look at the course description (

  • Costs

    There is no semester fee for exchange students.

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