Global Alliance of Medical Excellence

The Global Alliance of Medical Excellence (GAME) is a strategic international network of medical schools that share a common interest in promoting innovative medical education and undertaking impactful research. (

Member Universities

  • Korea University (South Korea)
  • University of Alberta (Canada) (up to 2020)
  • University of Bologna (Italy)
  • The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
  • Erasmus University Medical Center (Netherland)
  • Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich (Germany)
  • Monash University (Australia)
  • Nagoya University (Japan)
  • University of Nottingham (UK)

TEI Project

Korea University College of Medicine leads the Transnational Educational Initiatives among other collaborative projects within GAME. TEI aims at educational exchanges and medical education research including undergraduate and postgraduate medical education. Every year, the TEI group conducts a GAME-TEI Student Summer Camp as a student educational exchange program. The first meeting for planning TEI Student Camp was held in CUHK in March, 2018 and the TEI project developed the overall goals and format of the program after iterative meetings. The overall goals of the GAME-TEI Student Summer Camp are to help students
(1) broaden their perspectives and increase understanding of different cultures;
(2) gain valuable experience for future goals in patient care and research;
(3) create a network of motivated medical students and teachers within the GAME Alliance.

  • 1st TEI 2019: "Medical Professionalism in a Disaster Condition" hosted by Nagoya University
  • 2nd TEI 2020: "Artificial intelligence in Medicine and Medical Education: hype of Hope?" hosted by University of Bologna
  • 3rd TEI 2021: "Do you have what it takes to save humanity?" hosted by Monash University