Masters in Public Health
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Masters in Public HealthAn interdisciplinary degree requireing one full year of study—or up to eight years if attending part time—which draws on expertise across a range of disciplines, exploring the complexity of public health issues in the UK and internationally.
A relevant honours degree plus experience working in general public health (alternatively, a student with substantial professional experience rather than academic qualifications can apply), and an IELTS (English language) score of 6.5 in reading and writing.
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