The U21 HSG Summer School is an annual two-week interdisciplinary course for undergraduate U21 Health Sciences Students that offers the unique opportunity of face-to-face learning and field trips located at a U21 HSG member university.

The course provides UG students with the valuable experience of team-based learning opportunities that include workshops, presentations, lectures, self-directed learning and field trips on a theme of particular relevance to the Health Sciences.   

In 2018 the Summer School was hosted by Lund University, Sweden on the theme of “The Impact of Climate Change on Global Health”. There was participation from 42 students from across 17 U21 member universities.

The 2019 Summer School will be hosted by the University of Birmingham on the topic of Antimicrobial Resistance and Stewardship.