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Are you passionate about improving the health and well-being of communities? The Master of Public Health (MPH) programme is designed for individuals from various vocational and professional backgrounds who want to make a difference in public health. This course equips you with the knowledge and skills to understand the impact of social, financial, and environmental factors on population health. You'll study key disciplines such as healthy public policy, epidemiology, and global health. With a supportive learning environment, you'll develop critical analysis, leadership, and creative problem-solving skills. No clinical background is required, and diverse backgrounds in arts, humanities, or sciences are welcome. Relevant work experience or knowledge of the public health system is desirable. Take the next step towards a rewarding career in healthcare services, government agencies, NGOs, or even pursue further academic research.

About the course


Do you care about promoting and protecting population health? Do you want to help individuals and communities improve their health and well-being? This course aims to give you the knowledge to help you understand the impact that financial, social and environmental circumstances have on the health of people.

We welcome students from a variety of vocational and professional backgrounds, and you will study in a supportive, enjoyable learning environment.

This course will help you develop your skills in critical analysis and synthesis, information and evidence retrieval, ability to read and absorb information from a wide range of sources, leadership and creativity to tackle public health challenges at global and local levels.

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Entry Requirements

an honours degree (2:2 or above) in a relevant subject
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A clinical background is not necessary and we welcome applicants with diverse backgrounds in the arts, humanities or sciences. Any work experience related to public health or knowledge of the public health system is desirable.

Please visit the course page for the full list of entry requirements.


To fid out more about the fees for this course, please visit the course page.

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Where will I study?

Where is University of West London


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