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MSc International Health

Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh / Institute for International Health and Development (IIHD)
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Beginn September 2019 - Beginn September 2020  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.
 

Enquiries and Registration:

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