MSc International Health

Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh / Institute for International Health and Development (IIHD)
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Beginn January 2014 - Middle June 2014  Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
 
Course Content
This course is for middle to senior-level health professionals working, or planning to work, in developing and transitional countries. It will equip you to work effectively at a senior level to promote the health and social well-being of populations in low, middle income and transitional countries through the development of effective and responsive health systems.
Learning objectives, training objectives
Teaching is comprised of a combination of lectures, seminars, tutorials, case studies, simulation exercises and projects. Assessment is continuous and incorporates assignments, action plans, projects and examinations.
Typical postgraduate careers and job opportunities
As a graduate you will be well equipped to work as an international health practitioner or as a senior health manager or policy maker in a developing country or one in economic transition.
Qualifications
Honours degree or diploma, preferably in a health-related area. Diplomates should have completed the final exam of a professional body. Applicants from other backgrounds (eg social science, social anthropology) are also welcomed, if they can demonstra
Local Organizer
Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh
 

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Categories
Health Systems
Type of degree
Master
Education form
Full Time, Extra Occupational
Duration
12 Months
Languages
English
Fees
On request
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Organizer contact info
Queen Margaret University Way
EH21 6UU East Lothian
United Kingdom
 
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