MSc Public Health Program By University of Bristol |Top Universities
  • QS World University Rankings
    62
  • Degree MSc
  • Study Level Masters
  • Course Intensity Full Time
  • Fees(GBP) 21100-
  • Start date Jan-2000

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This MSc aims to prepare students for a public health career in a range of settings, such as health services, government, research and not-for-profit. Students will gain core skills and knowledge that are applicable for public health work in the UK and internationally. These include critically appraising evidence, analysing and interpreting data, research methods, and applying methods to protect health, prevent ill-health and improve health services. The programme is suitable for students from both clinical and non-clinical backgrounds. It covers the principles and practice of public health, health improvement, health protection, epidemiology and statistics, research methods and evaluation, health economics, ethics and healthcare services. Students will undertake writing a dissertation, which can be based on large-scale studies or a research topic of their choice, will take the form of a journal article, an oral and a poster presentation and opens the possibility of submission for publication. 

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