New Masters in Public Health at the University of the West of Scotland
6 June 2019
The University of the West of Scotland is offering a new Masters of Public Health at its Lanarkshire Campus and the course is now open for September 2019 and January 2020 entry. The programme is offered as 1-year full-time degree or 2-year full-time with professional practice.
The programme is currently based out of the innovative new campus in Scotland allowing students to engage with a wide variety of public health issues locally and globally with state-of-the-art facilities and expert knowledge at hand. The holistic course modules facilitate transitional career changes and offer flexibility to select individual research themes within this innovative and ever-changing discipline. This programme aligns with the Faculty of Public Health in the UK and World Health Organization guidance for public health core subject domains.
The potential career prospects for this intellectually stimulating course of study include:
- Public health promotion
- Public health practitioner
- Health economist
- Health centre director
- NGO (Non-Governmental Organisation)
- Tropical disease specialist
- Refugee coordinator
- HIV/AIDS educator
- Health education specialist
- Homeless services educator
- Community support worker
- Education - lecturer in public health
- PhD research
- Research assistant
If you are interested in studying at the University of the West of Scotland or receive application support, arrange your free consultation with SI-UK in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Pune, Chennai and Coimbatore.