The School of Health Innovation programme provides three different courses for researchers in Scandinavia.

The programme is an initiative from the University of Oslo, in partnership with NTNU, Karolinska Institutet and University of Copenhagen in collaboration with the University of Bergen and the University of Tromsø.

The School of Health Innovation is a Scandinavian programme open to PhD candidates and postdoctors from medical faculties at the collaborating institutions.

After completing the first course “Health innovation and entrepreneurship”, eligible and qualified applicants may apply for the next level course “Entrepreneurship in healthcare.” 

Health innovation and entrepreneurship

Learn how to commercialize research or ideas into business ventures and how to innovate services in a clinical setting. The course is organized in three modules with separate dates and venues.

Entrepreneurship in healthcare

Experience one of Scandinavia´s most advanced support system for healthcare entrepreneurs, combining academic learning, practical cases from healthcare companies, 1-1 mentorship with the aim of further developing your research idea into commercialization, and how to develop a new service for patients in a clinical setting.

School of health innovation for professors

How to combine being a scientist and a health innovator, and increase innovation in your lab. There are only 30 slots available for this course. 

Published Oct. 19, 2016 8:55 AM - Last modified Oct. 25, 2021 3:03 PM