Master of HIV

University of Copenhagen / Copenhagen HIV Programme
22.08.2011 - Beginn July 2012  Copenhagen
Course Content
The Master of HIV is the first education ever that combines teaching in clinical and organisational management of HIV. The degree programme is for all those with a clinical, public health or organisational management interest in HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment & care. All teaching is in English The Masters\' focus is on HIV in an international perspective, however, because of the complex interplay between HIV and other diseases and their management, teaching is generic and cross-disciplinary.
Learning objectives, training objectives
Contribute on a scientific background to the improvement in treatment and care of PLHIV. Participate in the planning, execution and evaluation of preventive and sustainable measures based on accepted policies and standards
Target Audience
Doctors, economists, midwives, nurses, psychologists, public health specialists, political scientists and social scientists. Persons with other related educational backgrounds are also invited to submit an application.
Typical postgraduate careers and job opportunities
HIV Programme manager, Health planner, Adviser HIV/AIDS, Medical specialist in HIV/AIDS treatment and care, Research HIV/AIDS, Senior Donor Relations Officer, Medical adviser, Regional HIV coordinator, Marketing Director Pharmaceutical company.
A Bachelors or Masters degree in a relevant field (e.g. health sciences, social sciences, etc.) or an equivalent qualification from a recognized higher education institution. At least two years of relevant work experience, Proof of English proficiency, Basic IT/computer Skills
Accredited by the Danish Agency for Accreditation
Local Organizer
Copenhagen HIV Programme and Copenhagen School of Global Health
We have continuous enrolment, visit our website: for online application. The degree can be taken either as a 1 year full-time programme, or part time over 2-3 years. We also offer intensive courses in HIV/AIDS.
Clinical Research, Development Cooperation - Special Topics and Health, Economics, Financing and Controlling, Epidemiology and Disease Control, Evidence-Based Health Care, Evidence-Based Medicine, Family Planning and Gender, Health Promotion, Health Services, Health Systems, Management for NPOs and NGOs, Program Evaluation, Public Health, Sexually Transmitted Infections, Statistics, Training for Nurses and Allied Health Professionals, Tropical Medicine and Infectiology
Credit Points
60 ECTS - Points
EUR 13.830,00
Organizer contact info
The Panum Institute, building 21.1 2200 Copenhagen N
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