MSc Global Health and Management
On our MSc Global Health and Management programme, you will gain knowledge and understanding of established and emerging concepts, issues, theories and practices in global health and management studies. You will develop appreciation of how these intersect with broader social, economic and political factors, and develop skills to critically engage with these debates. The aim is to develop multidimensional views for more complete impacts in the field.
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Engaging in Global Health
The University is delighted to announce a new initiative in which postgraduate students gain opportunities to participate in current debates and networking for global health and development. Students who have joined the initiative are:
- Eilidh Cowan - MSc/PgDip Global Health and Management 2016/17
- Lisa Thomas - MSc/PgDip Global Health and Management 2016/17
- Maeve Coyle - MSc/PgDip Global Health and Management 2016/17
- Christiantus Ochi - MSc/PgDip Global Health and Management 2016/17
- Christiana Ekezie - MSc/PgDip Global Health and Management 2015/16
Christiana, Christiantus and Maeve travelled to the Institute for Global Health at University College London in October 2016 to participate in a global meeting on people, partnership and data for health systems strengthening organised by Dr Lucia D'Ambruoso from the Centre for Global Development.
Our students engaged with speakers from the Information, Evidence and Research Unit at WHO, the Umeå WHO Collaborating Centre for VA, the Malaria Consortium, the Africa Health Research Institute, University College London Institute for Global Health and Lancet Global Health.
More information on the meeting can be found here, and a blog from the visit can be found here.
Eilidh and Lisa with supervisor Dr Lucia D’Ambruoso travelled to the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in September 2017 to attend a symposium organised by ECOHOST the Centre for Health and Social Change and the Centre for Global NCDs at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. The symposium focused on complex systems thinking in regards to the prevention of NCDs worldwide. Our students engaged with speakers and delegates from a number of institutions, predominantly LSHTM. Their reflections on, and some images from, the visit can be found on this blog post.
Our programme gives you opportunities to work in professional environments in the health and development sector in the UK and overseas, applying taught content in real world settings and conducting projects of practical significance. In this video, Wariri Oghenebrume talks about his work based placement in a health surveillance site in South Africa and how the experience has prepared him to make a positive difference in global health.
Making the Most of Your Masters
Eunice Vere talks about Making the Most of her Masters in Global Health and Management. Her course took her to Uganda, where she participated in a work based placement at DIVA medical centre. In this video Eunice talks about her fantastic trip, some of the challenges, and how it helped her get that vital experience for her future career.