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Are you ready to make a significant impact on global health? The Master of Public Health (MPH) programme is tailored for individuals with a health-related background who aspire to lead the way in addressing health challenges worldwide. By completing this programme, you will gain the expertise needed to excel in operational, policy, or commissioning roles within various sectors. The curriculum is designed to enhance your public health knowledge, teamwork skills, and community partnerships, empowering you to drive positive change in public health. Taught by experienced tutors from diverse backgrounds, the programme offers a blend of theoretical learning and practical application through real-world scenarios and problem-solving tasks. The flexible structure allows you to specialise in areas of interest through the dissertation module and engage with cutting-edge facilities at the City South Campus. To qualify for this programme, you need an honours degree in a relevant subject and experience in public health or health promotion. Join us and become a catalyst for transforming public health outcomes.

About the course

Do you have a health-related background? Do you want to become key to tackling threats to health across the world? Do you have experience and a degree in a health related area? (Health science, Health Promotion, public health nursing, nutrition, Medicine, Veterinary science)

This Master of Public Health (MPH) could enhance your career prospects, enabling you to progress on to senior roles at either operational, policy or commissioning level in a wide range of areas. Public health research and practice is at the heart of tackling many of the world’s current threats to health so this course provides the opportunity to develop the skills and understanding you need to become a leader and agent for change in Public Health.

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Entry Requirements

An honours degree (2:2 or above) in a subject associated with or of relevance to public health

Current or recent experience of working in a public health or health promotion role or capacity. (This may be as your main role or as an aspect of your role. It may also be in a paid or voluntary capacity and as a professional or non-professional)

All applicants are asked to supply a personal statement identifying their experience and/or knowledge and understanding of public health together with their reasons for application to the programme.

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Where is Birmingham City University
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