SDG School 2021 - Paris
Welcome to the SDG Summer School on Open Source Health Solutions Paris. During this summer school, you will maximize your learning abilities through solving real-life complex problems with teammates from international and interdisciplinary backgrounds.

The program will be FREE from tuitions for all accepted students this year. It is mandatory for students to join in the summer school in person. Remote attendance is not possible.

The summer school is open to all currently enrolled high school students, as well as bachelor and master level university students. The primary language for the summer school is English. This year, we have the following four challenges:

Challenge 1 : Opening critical medical equipment (02 concentrators, device for monitoring dialysis surgery)
Challenge 2 : Wearable devices and apps for improving students mental health
Challenge 3 : Assistive devices and technologies to help daily life of people with disabilities
Challenge 4 : Games and apps for health prevention (breast cancer awareness in Nepal)

Rolling Admission by every week is adopted for the summer school. Accepted applicants will receive an email with additional information. There is no need to wait for the last minute to apply.

More information:

Rolling Admission by June 30
Email *
First Name *
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Mobile number
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Link to your portfolio
Send us a link to your portfolio, Linkedin profile, website or any platform that showcases your work.
(Optional) Link to your 1-minute YOUTUBE application video (in English)
In this video please describe the following aspects: (1) WHO you are (2) WHAT do you do (past/current) (3) WHY do you want to apply for SDG Summer School 2021. Noted that your YOUTUBE video can be unlisted/public, please check the FEASIBILITY of your video. (mention password, if any)
Please confirm that you are able to attend the summer school in person in Paris. *
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