University of Sheffield
This two-year course draws on the expertise of six European universities at the forefront of public health education: University of Copenhagen (Denmark), Andalusian School of Public Health (Granada, Spain � for Spanish speaking students), Jagiellonian University of Krakow (Poland), National School of Public Health (Rennes, France), University of Rennes (France), University of Sheffield (UK). In the first year, you�ll receive basic training in public health. You�ll study in Sheffield or in Granada, Spain. In the second year, you�ll specialise in an area of public health practice in Denmark, Spain, Poland or France. At the end of the course, you�ll receive two awards, a Master of Public Health from the university attended in Year 1 and a Master of Public Health from the university attended in Year 2.
English language requirements- Overall IELTS grade of 7.0 with a minimum of 6.5 in each component, or equivalent.
Core modules: key issues in global public health; introduction to research methods; introduction to statistics and critical appraisal; health needs assessment, planning and evaluation; dissertation. Optional modules include: epidemiology; public health informatics; communicable disease control; disaster and emergency management; health care financing and economic evaluation; using policy to strengthen health systems; sociology of health and illness; health promotion; systematic reviews and critical appraisal techniques; promoting evidence-based health care.
You may be eligible for a scholarship from Erasmus+.
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