MSc. Public Health (12 Months)
The MSc. Public Health (12 Months) programme combines classroom instruction with individual projects. You will negotiate a final product that aligns with your unique interests with our help and encouragement. You will get the chance to study a medical topic in-depth while also analysing international and national policy and its practical ramifications. Three main areas of public health are covered: health improvement (which includes tracking particular illnesses, risk factors, and disparities); improving services (which includes auditing, evaluating, planning, and providing efficient services); and health protection (which includes handling infectious diseases and environmental dangers).
- University of Edinburgh
- University of Sunderland
- University of East London
- University of Nottingham
- Londo School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM)
- An undergraduate degree in a health-related field, such as medicine, nursing, pharmacy, or dentistry, with a rating of 2:2 or higher.
- Along with professional experience, a degree in one of the following fields: microbiology, chemistry, veterinary science, social work, psychology, botany, and agriculture can be considered
- The work experience must involve providing health care and may include giving public health advice and health promotion.
- IELTS (6.0), Pearson Test of English Academic (59), CPE (C or above), CAE (C or above), GCSE (C or above). Any of the given.