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Ursula Muehle
Director of Education
EIT Health

Campus Events

Managing Health Product Development (MHPD)

15.10.2018 - 18.01.2019 , Munich, Germany


MHPD covers the full lifecycle of health product and service development including problem analysis, understanding customer needs, rapid prototyping and business planning.

Teams of 4-5 students will tackle problem statements coming from an EIT Health industry partner. Interd ... Read More »

EIT Health Campus, the education programme of EIT Health, provides up-to-date knowledge, skills and attitudes to help turn the brightest learners into healthcare leaders and entrepreneurs, who will shape the future of Europe’s health. Campus educational offerings are intended to increase industry knowledge and deliver novel skills, as we seek to inject an entrepreneurial approach into European healthcare education.

We are building a unique European talent pool in healthcare by connecting our learners to the EIT Health network – one of the strongest healthcare communities worldwide, composed of research-intensive companies, elite universities and innovative health and care providers. Working together, the learners and our partners can pursue EIT Health’s mission of encouraging innovation and entrepreneurship to bring about healthcare improvement for the benefit of the European citizen.

EIT Health Campus uses a host of activities, divided into five different activity lines, to build a creative healthcare workforce that is conducive to innovation and entrepreneurship, and to improve healthcare knowledge. Read more about the Campus Activities below.

Campus Activities

Strategic Initiatives
Strategic Initiatives of EIT Health Campus are designed to strengthen the ecosystem of knowledge and innovative thinking that is created by Campus and the other EIT Health activity pillars. The Strategic Initiatives can have a positive impact on all the other programmes and activity lines within Campus and the rest of EIT Health.
Training for Students
Training for Executives & Professionals
Training for Entrepreneurs and Innovators
Citizen Engagement
Digital Programmes

Campus News

Organised through the EIT Health E-Lab Network

Students develop innovations at first EIT Health Arrowhead Workshop for Digital European Health Services

Student teams developed digital healthcare innovations, like an application for personalised medication and a chatbot that helps arrange health insurance issues or doctors‘ appointments, at the first ever EIT Health Arrowhead Workshop for Digital Euro ...

Enhancing the participation of women in health innovation and entrepreneurship activities

2018 - A year of empowering women at WE Health

This has been a year full of new ideas, supporters and participants. The partners of IESE Business School in Barcelona, Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, the Technical University Munich and Imperial College London, set out to further enhance the par ...

Grenoble iDays winners continue their adventure in London.

The winners of the University of Grenoble Alpes Innovation Day have been chosen

Laura, Loïc, Maxime, Olivier and Tiffany won the Grenoble edition of the Innovation Days event organised this year in 18 European universities - all partners of EIT Health. The final stage of the Innovation Days took place at the Imperial College on 1 ...

Students with an entrepreneurial spirit searched for innovative solutions for people suffering from COPD

The winner of the Sorbonne University Innovation Day has been chosen

Innovation Days encourage and promote health innovation amongst students. On 29 November, at Sorbonne University’s Faculty of Medicine, the challenge which required entreprenurial spirits and creative thinking was approached by nearly 40 students, mos ...

An excellent need-driven innovation tool for athletes won at the flagship programme

GE5 announced winner of the StarShip 2018 programme

The StarShip final stage of training and pitch competition took place in Budapest on 8 November. The six teams of talented young healthcare entrepreneurs worked on real-life challenges provided by companies. They examined the needs of patients and cli ...