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Global Health Implementation (MSc)

Course Description

The main aim of this programme is to develop the skills and knowledge needed to fulfil roles as global health implementation practitioners, policy-makers, or academics. This is achieved through the provision of a detailed theoretical understanding of the global health implementation literature and issues within the field associated with the attainment and maintenance of health, on a global level. We hope to support the development of critical thinkers and radical practitioners in global health implementation. It accords with a pedagogy of collegiality, thereby placing peer-interaction and student centred learning at the heart of the curriculum.

Teaching and assessment methods

The programme will be delivered through face-to-face and e-seminars, tutorials, practical classes, and workshops by academics from across the University (e.g. the Schools of Medicine, Management, Geography & Geosciences, International Relations, and Psychology & Neuroscience); members of the local health board in NHS Scotland; and guest academics, policy makers and practitioners.

Supervision of the dissertation will be undertaken by relevant staff across the University. There may also be opportunities to undertake a short placement out with the University as part of the dissertation project; however, this will vary from year to year.

Assessment will be non-exam-based, and will incorporate written assignments, oral and poster presentations, peer- and self-assessment.

Tuition fee scholarships for part of the fees may be available for applicants from low- and middle-income countries, the number of which may vary from year-to-year.


Career prospects for graduates of the MSc in Global Health Implementation include practical/clinical, policy, and academic positions. The job market is competitive and additional international experience is often very appealing to employers.

Visit the Global Health Implementation (MSc) page on the University of St Andrews website for more details!

Entry Requirements

Our minimum academic requirement for entry to most programmes is a 2:1 degree classification from a recognised UK university or the equivalent in a subject-related area

Course Fees

2017/18: Home/EU £7,500; Overseas £20,370

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