Global Health Education Program

Chamberlain Care Worldwide

Advance your nursing skills as you venture beyond the classroom and local community to expand your educational horizons through a full spectrum of social, cause-related and field experiences. See firsthand the impact possible as you personally contribute to transforming healthcare delivery at a global level.

The Global Health Education Project can be done in place of the Multiculturalism in Healthcare – Special Populations course requirement, so students can receive course credit as well as the educational experience of a lifetime.

This is your chance to:

  • Expand your education and gain a deeper understanding of cultural and socioeconomic differences
  • Travel internationally
  • Earn up to seven credit hours for NR-441: Community Health Nursing – International and INT-351: Multiculturalism in Healthcare-Special Populations (3-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program students only)

sue-fletcher-INSP“Students think they’re going to help save the world, but they come away receiving more than they ever could have given – a greater confidence in their abilities and a real sense of purpose.” 

Susan Fletcher, EdD, MSN, RN
Director of International Studies
Professor Chamberlain College of Nursing

How to apply

Chamberlain pre-licensure student application requirements:

  • Bachelor of Science in Nursng (BSN) degree program students must have successfully completed NR-324/NR-325
  • A minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0
  • Two faculty recommendations
  • In-person interview with Global Health Education Program Experience lead faculty

Chamberlain alumni application requirements:

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NOTE: Dates are subject to change.


  • 2015-2016 Global Health Education Program Service Trip Schedule
  • Pre-licensure Application
  • Alumni Application

  • Funding your Global Health Education Program Experience

    Learn more about the Chamberlain College of Nursing Global Health Education Scholarship at


    mary-ghep“I came prepared to change lives and left having changed my own.” 

    – Mary
    Chamberlain BSN student,
    Global Health Education Program