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OVERVIEWPublic Health is a growing concern with issues such as virus transmission, obesity and other complex conditions requiring a need for education and specialist training across the health sector.This new masters in Global Public Health offers a foundation in public health training and exposure to global health analysis, policies, systems and practices.You’ll focus on global public health issues guided by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), set by the United Nations General Assembly
Public Health is a growing concern with issues such as virus transmission, obesity and other complex conditions requiring a need for education and specialist training across the health sector.
This new masters in Global Public Health offers a foundation in public health training and exposure to global health analysis, policies, systems and practices.
You’ll focus on global public health issues guided by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), set by the United Nations General Assembly in 2015:
Reproductive, maternal, new-born and child health
Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and mental health
Injuries and violence
Universal health coverage (UHC) and health systems
Health risks and disease outbreaks
You’ll develop an in-depth understanding of the health challenges facing populations and nations in an increasingly globalised world.
We aim to equip you with skills for planning, managing and evaluating health services for disease prevention, health protection and health promotion.
Graduates from this MPH should develop a workforce with strong management, leadership and critical thinking skills.
This course provides a foundation to develop a wide range of professional careers in public health and epidemiology.
Public health focuses on populations and communities, as opposed to individuals, leading to potential careers in public or government services, research, NGOs and the voluntary sector. Although a number of common themes are covered in this course, you may specialise in roles ranging from health services research, public health analysts, health policy advisors, communicable disease control or directors of public health.
Manchester Metropolitan University offers a welcoming, stimulating and supportive environment in which to study for your postgraduate qualification. The award-winning, inspirational campus in the heart of Manchester provides vibrant learning spaces and excellent facilities across modern and historical buildings that reflect their teaching excellence since 1824. More than 6,000 students choose to study for a postgraduate qualification at Manchester Met. In total, the University offers more than 250 postgraduate taught programmes and dozens of postgraduate research areas.
The campus is perfectly placed for you to enjoy Manchester, a city world-renowned for its friendly, cosmopolitan and creative energy.