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This master’s course in Sustainability, Health and Wellbeing has been directly tailored to address the urgent need to confront sustainability issues related to health, wellbeing and healthcare provision. Delivery is via e-learning with live interactive sessions, so that study can be undertaken entirely from your own home.This programme is only available as an online distance learning course, which provides high quality learning and teaching combined with flexible study.The current challenges
This master’s course in Sustainability, Health and Wellbeing has been directly tailored to address the urgent need to confront sustainability issues related to health, wellbeing and healthcare provision. Delivery is via e-learning with live interactive sessions, so that study can be undertaken entirely from your own home.
This programme is only available as an online distance learning course, which provides high quality learning and teaching combined with flexible study.
The current challenges facing global health are substantial. This course seeks to explore shared global challenges, as well as those specific to individual regions, and be applicable to public health and healthcare personnel around the world.
It has been designed to meet the needs of those holding strategic positions within organisations as well as individual public health and healthcare workers who wish to learn more about how to enhance sustainability, health and wellbeing.
Why study with us
This part-time course is delivered entirely online.
You’ll examine the key 21st century challenges facing societies and the requirements for achieving sustainability, health and wellbeing outcomes in an equitable and just manner, for current and future generations.
You’ll explore the sustainability impacts of health and care systems and increase understanding of the potential health and wellbeing co-benefits of minimising negative and maximising positive impacts.
An MSc in Sustainability, Health and Wellbeing can lead to career development opportunities and continuing professional development in a range of professions and sectors.
Applicants should hold at least a 2:2 degree or equivalent such as a portfolio. Applications from all candidates will be considered on their merits in the light of the nature and scope of the programme and if they have experience. A detailed admissions procedure will be forwarded on application. Mature applicants with non-degree level qualifications and appropriate experience will be considered. GCSEs: English language and writing at grade C.
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The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) is an international, multi-campus university leading the way in contemporary postgraduate learning.
A modern institution with nearly two centuries of educational heritage, UCLan was established in 1992 but can trace its roots all the way back to 1828. There are currently around 200 postgraduate courses on offer, designed to equip students with industry-ready skills and prepare them to excel in the next stage of their career.
The university’s main campus is located in Preston, Lancashire – a small, thriving city which was recently named the best city in North West England to live and work (Demos/PwC, 2021). It also has other campuses based in Burnley, Westlakes and Cyprus.
New students join a truly global institution.