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International LivingLab: Good Life Health and Wellbeing

  • Exchange programme
  • Autumn & spring
  • Zwolle
  • 5 Months
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Nomination deadline 15 October

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Want to make a difference in people’s health and wellbeing?

The Sustainable Development Goals aim to transform our world. The 17 goals cover a wide range of issues that involve people with different needs, values and convictions. But progress around this vision has so far been challenging. Globalization, inequality, technology, speed and data overload are contemporary challenges, which changemakers now have to deal with more than in the past. Today's solutions and innovations for a good life, health and wellbeing of people is much more about 'people' than about one brilliant idea or solution. Today’s students and tomorrow’s professionals, will have to learn to think and act more like a global professional, who are aware and trained to effectively contribute to more purposeful, sustainable and productive lives. 

Curious about how you can contribute to a happier, healthier and more inclusive society? The programme International Living Lab – Good Life, Health and Wellbeing will provide you with tools to think more like a global professional and help you develop competences in order to collaborate regionally, internationally and interdisciplinary. You will learn to interact with people from different (professional) cultures and be challenged in many ways to increase your curiosity and open-mindedness, gain self-awareness and self-confidence in international groups and learn to respond more relaxed in unexpected and uncertain situations.

Course modules

What's International LivingLab: Good Life, Health and Wellbeing like?

In this programme we offer a wide variety of course modules from which you compose your own course pack (full-time course module load is a total of 30 ECTS credits) that fits your learning needs and ambitions.
You will include four mandatory modules: Innovation and Design in Globalizing Health and Welfare (10 ECTS credits), Families in Crisis (5 ECTS credits), Youth and Media Literacy (5 ECTS credits) and The Global Professional (5 ECTS credits). You can, for example, combine the elective Future Proof Profession (5 ECTS credits) together with another elective of your choice.

Requirements and application

Requirements and application

You are required to have one year of Bachelor’s study experience in a relevant field and English-language skills at B2 level.

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Learning Agreement

The Learning Agreement is a crucial document for the recognition of a study period abroad. It is an agreement between you, your university and Windesheim. When you decide to do an exchange programme at Windesheim, you have to create a Learning Agreement that includes the respective courses of the exchange programme. Learn more on how to set up the Learning Agreement for your specific exchange programme at Windesheim.

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Want to know more?

Questions about studying at Windesheim? Contact the International Office via +31 884699777 or email(opens in new tab).                                                                                              

Any questions about the content of this programme? Get in touch with lecturer Sven Wierda by email(opens in new tab).                                                                                                                              

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