The programme has been designed to be attractive to students from a wide range of academic, professional and disciplinary backgrounds. It is likely that many potential students will not have an academic background in public health, but may be working in the public health, social or community sectors in some capacity. Normally, students should have a good first degree (minimum of 2.2) or equivalent professional qualifications. Alternatively, students with relevant experience and who can demonstrate their ability to study at postgraduate level may be able to apply through the University's Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) route. Applicants should have fluent writing skills and be numerate. Overseas students whose first language is not English will need to have a minimum IELTS score of 6.5 or TOEFL of 575 (written version) or 90 (internet version), assessed in the last three years.
Months of entry
This multidisciplinary programme is likely to be attractive to both medical and non-medical graduates who are currently working in the broad field of public health and health improvement, and those interested in improving health and wellbeing in the population, preventing disease and reducing inequalities in health.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Health and Social Care Admissions
- 01244 511000