7th IPB International Nutrition Summer Course INSC-2024

Why should I apply?

The Department of Community Nutrition is one of the pioneers in the development of nutritional sciences in Indonesia. It is well known for its expertise in the applications of nutritional sciences for individuals (human nutrition) and families/communities (community nutrition) by combining the aspects of agriculture, food, nutrition, and health for the improvement of human quality. The department is expert in four aspects of nutrition, namely:

  1. Basic Nutrition
  2. Applied Nutrition
  3. Food Service Management and Environmental Health
  4. Food and Nutrition Policy.

The 5th IPB Nutrition Summer Course program will provide a comprehensive overview on maternal and child nutrition programs in Indonesia. The Department of Community Nutrition of IPB University will host experts in the field of maternal and child nutrition programs from several countries.

Participants will experience how community health services are held in the respective countries.

 

What are the benefits?

  1. Students will be able to: Develop understanding on aspects affecting maternal and child nutrition and health and strategies to improve maternal and child nutrition profile, both at local and national
    levels.
  2. Get information on maternal and child nutrition programs in several other countries.
  3. Experience learning in an international context with instructors and fellow students coming from variety of countries.
  4. Certificate of attendance of the Summer Course program, which is equivalent to 2 (two) credit units
  5. Eligibility of participating on our 2024 Summer Course Poster Competition

For further information, please take a look at the images below (click the image to download the .pdf file)

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