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The 2022/23 cohort of IHTM students enjoyed their induction day at Ditchley Park.

The students studying IHTM in 2022/23 gathered together for the induction day at Ditchley Park.

A slightly grey day didn't dampen the spirits of the IHTM family as it gathered to welcome the 2022/23 cohort of students to Ditchley Park on 30 September. This year's inspiring individuals began to get to know each other and the IHTM team by sharing experiences and the paths that brought them to the MSc. Diversity was very much in evidence, not only through the 17 countries the students represent but also their backgrounds, interests and careers which include healthcare, activism, and emerging health technologies. 

The energy of the IHTM students was palpable as was their excitement, and perhaps a little, understandable, anxiety as the 2022/23 course gets underway. 

We warmly welcome everyone to Oxford and very much look forward to sharing the year ahead.

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