Taught course

Global Health and Management MSc

University of Aberdeen · College of Life Sciences and Medicine

Entry requirements

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Months of entry

January, September

Course content


If you are a health professional who wants to conduct international research and get involved in health policy or planning or the health management sector this programme is ideal to advance your CPD and studies. You study modules such as Global Health, Applied Statistics, Epidemiology, Health and Behaviour Change, Health Economics and many other areas of Global Health and Management.

Courses include: Introduction to Global Health, Applied Statistics, Epidemeology, Generic Skills, Health Behaviour and Behaviour Change, Fundamentals of Research Design, Evidence - Based Health, Health Economics, Health Economics, Global Health, Health Systems and Policy Research, Managing Human Resources, Internationalisation, Work-Based Placement with Health and Development Sector Organisation, Values and Ethics in Public Health, Systematic Reviewing, Qualitative Health Research, and your research project


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Why Study at Aberdeen?

  • You are taught by researchers who are 1st in Scotland for impact in Public Health, Health Service Research and Primary Care and Business Management
  • You are offered a Work Based Placement and you can work in research and clinical advocacy in Kenya, South Africa, Uganda, the UK and Zimbabwe as part of your placement

Quick Facts

  • Start Date – September
  • Delivery – Campus
  • Study Options – Full Time, Part Time
  • View English language requirements from the programme page
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Fees and funding

Qualification and course duration


full time
12 months
part time
24 months

Course contact details

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