Toronto Thinks, Canada’s first undergraduate Global Health Case Competition, provides students with a unique experience. It simulates real-life global health problems, and challenges the students to work in a multidisciplinary team to generate evidence-based solutions. By participating in this competition, you can develop your critical thinking, communication, and problem solving skills. These skills will foster further innovation and open the path for future endeavours. We believe that learning can extend the walls of classrooms and students would greatly benefit from active participation in their education.
Toronto Thinks Offers:
- An opportunity to spend two exciting days with like minded individuals and challenging each other to solve complex global issues
- Practice skills needed to create effective and sustainable change, with multidisciplinary approach in today’s globalized world
- A remarkable addition to your resume with considerable academic and professional benefits. An unforgettable experience during your undergraduate education.