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Understanding patterns in health and what affects it is fundamental to the improvement of public health, prevention of disease and learning across communities to improve health outcomes. On a global scale this is a truly fascinating subject area which is further compounded by regional, cultural, political, societal and many other variants which determine diseases and outcomes. At the core of understanding all of this information are some well established research skills across all aspects to understand the detail about situations, patterns of disease, outcomes, improvements and so on. Studying this discipline at Aberdeen gives you access to the range of challenges you face when researching global health in order to manage it effectively with the resources you have. The university is
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Honours degree (at least 60% or GPA 2.4/4) in health. such as midwifery, nursing, public health, pharmacy, medicine. IELTS Academic (6.5), TOEFL iBT (90), PTE Academic Overall (62), Cambridge English Advanced & Proficiency (176)
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Pre-Sessional English Language Support
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Founded in 1495, the University of Aberdeen is the 5th oldest University in the UK with an impressive global research and innovation history which includes 5 Nobel Prize winners, and the invention of insulin and colour photography. It attracts over 14,500 students, over a third of whom are international students taking postgraduate taught and research study.Read more
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