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The Global Health, Infection and Immunity MSc is designed for students interested in immunology, especially the role of the immune system in protection against infection.

Highlights

- Flexible structure for the MSc Global Health suite allows you to select a specialism of your choice.
- Excellent academic connections for potential placements in London and overseas.
- Students from a range of backgrounds creating a diverse learning community where knowledge is shared across disciplines.
- Enjoy working with other students, researchers and clinicians as part of a small, close-knit team, with all the advantages that brings for personal networking and development.

Core Modules

- Global Health for Governance for Health
- Infection and Immunity
- MSc Research Project

Optional Modules

- Antimicrobial Resistance
- Conflict and Catastrophe Medicine
- Global Health Diseases
- Global Health, Ethics and Law
- Culture and Mental Health
- Global Health and Comparative Health Systems
- Global Health Humanities
- Humanitarian Action and Ethics

Careers

The breadth of experience that you will gain on the course will place you in prime position to make impactful change relating to your area of interest. You will have the skills to go on to work as global health practitioners, policy makers, consultants or researchers in both government and private sectors, as well as national and international agencies.

Application

Apply at https://sgul.ac.uk/study/postgraduate/taught-degrees-postgraduate/global-health-msc-infection-and-immunity/apply

Visit the Global Health, Infection and Immunity MSc page on the St George’s, University of London website for more details!

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