MSc in International Public Health

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
15.09.2008 - 31.07.2009  Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
Course Content
The Masters in International Public Health is a on-year programme for students from a variety of health-related disciplines with experience of working in middle and low income countries. A graduate from the programme will have acquired a range of knowledge and skills that prepare them for work at a senior level in community and public health in developing countries. The programme encourages students to analyse problems and appraise solutions in their own context.
Target Audience
Graduates of health-related and relevant disciplines
1st degree in health-related discipline or suitable research experience, two years' professional experience in the health or health related sectors in low or middle income countries.
Local Organizer
Fee quoted is for overseas students. An additional fee of £3,500 is payable for the overseas project component of the course. Fees for Home/EU students are £3,300 (plus overseas project fee)
GBP 11.650,00
Organizer contact info
Pembroke Place
L35QA Liverpool
United Kingdom
"Going International promotes access to education and training for all regardless of social, geographic and national borders."

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