Dr. Anja Krumeich wins the Wynand Wijnen Education Prize
During the fortieth Dies Natalis celebrations on 11 January, the Wynand Wijnen Education Prize was awarded to Dr. Anja Krumeich for her involvement in establishing the Master of Global Health. The jury praised her contributions to this master's programme. 'Her structural efforts were unique in terms of their quality and their quantity. Dr. Krumeich is an example for her colleagues both inside and outside UM,' according to the jury.
The jury praised her contributions to this master's programme. "Her structural efforts were unique in terms of their quality and their quantity. Dr. Krumeich is an example for her colleagues both inside and outside UM," according to the jury.
Dr. Krumeich's involvement in the Master of Global Health was an important contribution to the development of innovative forms of educational innovation.
As an internship coordinator, she helps fifty to eighty students find internships each year and thereby maintains, enhances and improves the existing global network.
With her enthusiasm and strong social ties, she is capable of forging a solid international team that is prepared to invest in the continuous quality control and improvement of this excellent master's programme.
Global Health was ranked first in the 2013 Keuzegids Master’s edition and second in the 2015 edition.
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