is your portal to the world’s first free, accredited, higher education

Starting with a focus in the health sciences, partners with leading universities, professional societies, and government organizations like the U.S. CDC, Grand Challenges Canada, and the World Health Organization.’s accredited university partners give learners credit for this training (or institutions can adopt them and use them with their students), all for the first time ever for free (and without advertisements). Our courses range across public health and medicine (through undergraduate, graduate, and continuing medical education), are competency-based, and include a global peer community of practice, and local skills-oriented mentorships. Founded in 2001, we launched our first full course (Emergency Medicine) in March 2012, and have students registered in over >140 countries: initial data show that NextGenU’s training performs comparably to traditional American medical schooling. Please come learn more about us or have a look at our available courses. Founding Collaborators & Funders
- Africa Mental Health Foundation - Frank Foundation for International Health - Presbyterian University of East Africa
- American Association of Public Health Physicians - Fundacion Santa Fe Bogota - Procor
- American College of Preventive Medicine - Grand Challenges Canada - Public Health Foundation of India
- American College of Sports Medicine - Health Care Without Harm - Society for Academic Emergency Medicine
- American Medical Student Association - ILLAHIE Foundation - U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- Annenberg Physician Training Program - International Federation of Medical Student Associations - Universidad de los Andes
- Association of Prevention Teaching and Research - International Federation of Obstetricians & Gynecologists - Universidad San Francisco de Quito
- Canada Research Chairs Program - International Primary Care Respiratory Group - University of the West Indies
- Canadian International Development Agency - International Society of Doctors for the Environment - University of Zambia
- College of Surgeons of East/Central/Southern Africa - Latin American Pediatric Association - World Bank
- David Suzuki Foundation - Margaret Kendrick Blodgett Foundation - World Medical Association
- Emory University Center for Injury Control - Medical Women’s International Association - World Health Organization
- European Society of Lifestyle Medicine - Physicians for Social Responsibility - Our staff, and the 1000s of professionals globally who developed and shared resources
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