Study Abroad


Gain an understanding of humanitarian work, including humanitarian aid, and operations of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) as you work inside refugee camps. You will see firsthand refugee health and social challenges within the camps. You will also gain an understanding of the impact of conflict on healthcare delivery and the health of populations. Students will understand the origins and experiences of refugees starting with African Refugee Camps in Rhino Camp and Bidi Bidi Settlements in Arua, Uganda, to the genocide memorial in Kigali, Rwanda.

Course Details

Population Health - Uganda
HLTH 4900R
Credits: 3


Register for: Summer 2022
Travel during: Summer 2022


Mar 31, 2022

Refund Policies:

100% Refund available until: April 29, 2022

Fees & Funding

Program Cost: $2,173

Payment Process First installment: Mar 31, 2022 – $300 Final payment due: May 16, 2022

Fee Covers International lodging, International activities (safari, cultural events), In-country travel, International travel insurance, Breakfast, Drinking water, Long travel day meals, Cultural events meals Not Covered UT tuition and fees, round trip airfare, passport fees, Visa cost ($100-$150), meals, souvenir, and discretionary spending.
Funding Help

Travel Dates

May 31, 2022 - Jun 25, 2022

Program Requirements

  • Must be 18 years of age at departure
  • 2.0 GPA
Pre-Departure Information


Robert Kagabo

Program Leader


Phone: 435-879-4882

Office: HPC 311