Our Master of Public Health (MPH) course offers an innovative approach to learning that meets the training needs of health professionals interested in a career in public health or those seeking new skills in this area.
Contemporary public health practice requires practitioners to be adaptable and flexible, with a broad experience of a range of subject areas.
This programme will equip you with: - the skills and knowledge to apply to public health concerns at local, national and international level; - the ability to apply relevant theory and scientific principles to practical situations; - the capability of meeting core-competencies in public health.
We offer a number of different pathways including: - postgraduate certificate; - postgraduate diploma; - Master of Public Health.
Those with an interest in a more specialised approach to public health can opt to take one of our MSc degree streams in Health Promotion, Primary Care, Global Health, and Global Health and Emergency Humanitarian Assistance.
Public Health MPH
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You should have a minimum of an Upper Second honours degree or the overseas equivalent. Significant relevant research or professional experience may be considered in place of an academic qualification lower than an Upper Second. Applicants who fail to meet the required entry criteria for the programme will be considered on an individual basis, but may be required to enrol initially on another route of the programme such as a postgraduate certificate or diploma. These people may be allowed to progress to the full MSc course if they pass the course at the required, MSc level.