The courses are purpose-built by internationally recognised cancer control experts, and are held in small class sizes to foster peer-learning and stimulate connections.
"The course on Global Advocacy was resourceful, well prepared, structured, focused and timely. The lecturers were inspiring. I was highly motivated to develop new ideas for advocacy and development of my community." Participant in the global scholar advocacy course, held at the 2016 Congress in Paris
View the past participants' achievements in putting in practice what their learnt at a Master Course.
You can choose among the following 2018 topics:
- Strengthening capacities of patient groups across the health system
- Building cancer awareness and prevention programmes
- Using the law and policymaking for cancer prevention and control
- Creating fit-for-partnering organisations
Read the detailed description of each course and register online. Master Courses are free of charge for Congress registered participants.