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Outdated health policy risks the wellbeing of individuals, families and communities. University of Glasgow understands the importance of this and has been teaching public health education since 1893. Over this time, they have been able to develop a programme that puts an emphasis on original research, psychosocial and international approaches to public health and, through their close ties to the NHS, they help develop the key skills needed for a successful career in public health.

Transform the future of public health

This programme aims to promote health, prevent disease, reduce inequalities in health, and prolong life. The University of Glasgow places great pride and importance in its original research. It’s because of this that their faculty have been at the forefront of numerous recent public health interventions, including Scotland’s smoking ban.

The University of Glasgow’s overarching aim is to develop a unique pool of experts to lead public health, no matter if you are already a health professional looking for career advancement, or if you are looking to transition into this area. The programme is multidisciplinary in focus, so regardless if you specialise in medicine or pharmecuitcals, you will benefit from studying alongside students from other courses. This will give you access to insights from some of the country’s leading authorities in public health and leave you well-placed to follow in their footsteps.

100% online, interactive learning

Studying online means you don’t have to sacrifice your current career in order to pursue a new one. With industry-lead teaching and cutting-edge research, you’ll be able to study the entire programme without having to set foot on campus. You would be able to access the downloadable interactive resources, including live seminars, audio, video, and discussion areas, from anywhere and at any time. Once you’ve started the programme, the University Glasgow will be on hand to help you, all the way through to graduation. It’s this level of support which has led Glasgow to be ranked 1st for teaching in the Russell Group (NSS 2018).

What’s more, you can tailor the programme to meet your specific requirements. Whether you want to study an MPH, a PgDip or a PgCert, or choose your duration of study between 1 and 6 years; at the University of Glasgow you can further your ambitions without compromising your current commitments.

World changers welcome: join us and make your mark

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MPH/MSc 2.5–6 years part-time, PGDip 2–4 years part-time, PGCert 1–2 years part-time

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