Programme Overview

SDG Summer School 2022: Open Source Health Solutions

Registration for the 2022 edition opens in December 2021.

In September 2015, world leaders committed to 17 Sustainable Development Goals or SDGs. Over the next 15 years, governments will strive to achieve goals such as ending extreme poverty, fighting inequality and tackling climate change. To achieve these goals, we need to enable today’s youth to play an active and meaningful role in tackling the SDGs. The motivation of the SDG Summer School is for teams of University students, in close collaboration with UN organisations, to conceive ways to use open data, crowdsourcing technologies, and low-cost open source solutions to tackle sustainable development in ways that even schoolchildren can participate in, and develop prototypes suitable for deployment.

Format: Students will work in teams under the guidance of mentors from UNIGE and International Organizations.

For further information and to apply please see here.


College students:

Tuition fees: CHF 1000


Non UNIGE students :

Tuition fees: CHF 2000


UNIGE students:

Tuition fees: CHF 500