- Good Bachelor’s degree (minimum 2.2 or equivalent) in a relevant discipline, or relevant experience in the area of public health may be considered in place of a degree
- GCSE (or equivalent) in English with minimum grade C or IELTS score of 7.0 (minimum of 6.5 in any band)
- GCSE (or equivalent) in Mathematics with minimum grade C
For candidates who have no formal qualifications, candidates will be required to complete a number of selection activities which may include:
- Completion of a self-assessment questionnaire based on the competency requirement of the Faculty of Public Health
- Submission of a short written discussion about a public health peer-reviewed article (which will be supplied to the candidate)
- Participation in an interview
- Copies of the front and back of your undergraduate degree transcript and certificate
- Your CV
- English language GCSE at grade C or above (or equivalent - you should have a score of 7.0 overall if presenting an IELTS test)
- Mathematics GCSE at grade C or above (or equivalent)
- Substantial personal statement about why you want to study this programme, what you hope to gain from the course and where you see your future development taking your career
- Copy of the photo page of your passport
- One academic or professional reference.
Find out more about international entry requirements
Months of entry
January, May, September
MPH provides flexible, accredited on-campus industry-connected study.
The course enables sudents to have:
- be taught by expert teaching staff within Life and Medical Science, Nursing and Social Work and The Business School at the University of Hertfordshire.
- This MPH combined work of public health theory, practice
- Excellence: Hertfordshire was ranked 2nd in the East of England for Social Policy (2023 Complete University Guide).
- Level 7
Fees and funding
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- full time12 months
- Campus-based learningis available for this qualification
This is the campus-based course. We also have an online route with two optional research and workplacement pathways.
Course contact details
- Dr Marvelle Brown