Ensign College of Public Health is host to many different types of educational programs and courses from universities and organizations worldwide. From short-term courses to intensive workshops and trainings, our facilities accommodate a variety of offerings to support all of your educational, community service, or development needs. Our state-of-the-art campus includes a conference center, classrooms, computer lab and auditorium that are available to universities, institutions, and non-governmental organizations. Ensign Global Campus offers beautiful conference rooms, covered outdoor space, on-site culinary service, high speed internet, uninterrupted electrical power, 24-hour security and luxurious guest accommodations for hosting your next event.
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SAMPLE ITINERARIES & PRICING
ONE WEEK IN GHANA
$3,000 Per Participant*
Days 1 & 2: Travel to Ghana and then Cape Coast to stay in beach view accommodations.
Day 3: Elmina Slave Castle history and tour & Kakum National Park canopy walk, travel to Ensign Global Campus.
Day 4-7: Course, conference, or training work at Ensign Global Campus. Optional tours to local markets, bead making and markets, hiking, Shai Hills Reserve, and Volta Dam tour.
Day 8: Travel to Tamale, Ghana to stay in luxurious accommodations and safaris at Zaina Lodge in Mole National Park.
Day 9 & 10: Travel to Accra, Ghana and then depart for home.
ONE MONTH IN GHANA
$5,000 Per Participant*
The Ensign Global Campus serves as your home base with day and multi-day excursions to:
Cape Coast - Elmina Slave Castle history and tour & Kakum National Park canopy walk
Tamale - Elephant safari in Mole National Park & Larabanga Mosque
Accra – Accra Arts Center & Kwame Nkrumah Memorial Park
Kpong - Volta Dam tour and river exploration, bead making, local markets, Shai Hills Reserve, and hiking
*Estimate only – Actual costs are dependent on current exchange rates, flight costs, itinerary, and services.
Semester options also available. Please contact Jill Stephenson for detailed itineraries and pricing.
Fees include airfare, ground transportation, accommodations, excursions, and some meals.
Participants are financially responsible for international travel clinic visit, travelers insurance, immunizations and medications, and visa processing fees.
President, Ensign College of Public Health
Special Advisor for West Africa Programs
Office for Global Engagement
TSH Morton Endowed Professor
Department of Family and Preventive Medicine
University of Utah
Administration Manager, Office for Global Engagement
Please message Jill with any questions or inquiries regarding our partnership programs.