Student Challenges offers you the opportunity to showcase your research and to win prize money to fund your global health project.

Each year, IGHI hosts a Dragon’s Den-style event in March to find the winner.

We welcome applications from any UK-based university students. Projects can cover any aspect of global health innovation, such as improving hygiene or developing diagnostic tools for use in remote areas.

The Institute will offer prize money to winners, with £10,000 up for grabs.

Find out more about the competition, read our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy, and learn more about how to apply here: www.imperial.ac.uk/global-health-innovation/opportunities/student-challenges-competition/...
Student Challenges offers you the opportunity to showcase your research and to win prize money to fund your global health project.

Each year, IGHI hosts a Dragon’s Den-style event in March to find the winner.

We welcome applications from any UK-based university students. Projects can cover any aspect of global health innovation, such as improving hygiene or developing diagnostic tools for use in remote areas.

The Institute will offer prize money to winners, with £10,000 up for grabs.

Find out more about the competition, read our Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy, and learn more about how to apply here: www.imperial.ac.uk/global-health-innovation/opportunities/student-challenges-competition/
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Justine Alford
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Nikita Rathod
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