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Congratulations – you have completed Occupational Health in Developing Countries – we hope that you have found the content interesting and discussions engaging. It has been a pleasure to work with you all!

Until November 16, 2020 there is still a chance to sign up, for our free and optional online exam and get formal credits (3 ECTS) at the University of Bergen after course completion. After registering, you will receive practical information about the exam in emails directly from the University of Bergen.

We hope that many of you would like to continue learning about Occupational Health. If you will be going to university soon then we would thoroughly recommend you to find a study which includes elements of occupational health. Here, at the University of Bergen, we offer a Master in Global Health where you can choose elective courses in Occupational Health issues. The teaching is given in English.

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Thank you for taking this course and we hope you have enjoyed it!

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